One of renowned Danish custom motorcycle builders Lauge Jensen, has unveiled its all new motorcycle in Monaco. Unveiled at the Top Marques show, the motorcycle was designed by Fisker co-founder Henrik Fisker. Henrik Fisker has previously worked as a design chief at both Aston Martin and BMW, and even contributed to the design of the Fisker Karma.
Working together with Henrik Fisker on the deign of the new motorcycle was Anders Kirk Johansen, the owner of Lauge Jensen Motorcycles. As per the brand, the Viking Concept retains the look of a classic cruiser and features a unique rear section where the tank, rear fender and seat blend into each other seamlessly. As per Fisker, this very seamless effect is unique in custom motorcycles.
Powering the Viking Concept is a 45-degree V-twin engine that is first one to be complaint with Euro IV emissions. The V-twin puts out 100 hp of power and offers a top speed of over 130 mph. The engine was built in Wisconsin, USA and has been tuned in a manner to not lose the signature V-twin note.
Other than the newly launched Viking Concept, Lauge Jensen offers Great Dane custom cruiser which is priced from €42,800 euros. Although the Viking has been presented as a concept as of now, the company intends to produce the same in volumes.
- Engine:Air-cooled V-twin, 45 degree, Euro IV
- Transmission:6-speed (5 and overdrive)
- Top speed: 130mph+
- Fuel economy:70mpg
- Dry weight:299kg