An impressive project that will have its world debut at the ESSEN MOTOR SHOW this year is the Asphaltfighters STORMBRINGER concept a.k.a. the world’s fastest street bike .
The Asphaltfighters STORMBRINGER concept was developed in collaboration with WARM UP Zweiradtechnik GmbH, one of the biggest names in custom bike manufacturing, an so far all we have are some teaser images with their creation.
Performance figures are very impressive as the Asphaltfighters STORMBRINGER concept can output 220 hp (161.9 kW) and 280 hp (206 kW) in booster mode and can reach a maximum speed of no less than 320 Km/h. Besides the massive power the Asphaltfighters STORMBRINGER combines features never before seen on a motorcycle with radical design and and light-weight components.
More specific details and photos with the Asphaltfighters STORMBRINGER concept as we get closer to official launch date, November 28th.
STORMBRINGER press release :
A top speed of more than 320 km/h; a rated power output of 220 hp / 161.9 kW, which in booster mode grows to 280 hp / 206 kW. Spectacular design and systematic light-weight construction combined with revolutionary features never before seen on a motorcycle.  
The Asphaltfighters® STORMBRINGER powered by WARM UP celebrates its world debut as the world’s fastest street bike at the ESSEN MOTOR SHOW 2009. The ultra-high-performance bike will be on display at the Speed Bike Show in hall 6 at the Essen Expo Center starting November 28th.
The Asphaltfighters® STORMBRINGER concept is transformed by WARM UP Zweiradtechnik GmbH, one of the world’s leading custom bike manufacturers based in Germany, into an ultra-high-performance motorcycle that is in a class of its own. This motorcycle offers not only a unique symbiosis of superior performance and extremely sporty handling but also an exclusive equipment level with innovative and thrilling details.
A large contribution to the realization of this dream on two wheels comes from the Asphaltfighters® STORMBRINGER technology partners. Only the very best addresses in the world of motorcycles suffice: ABM, Akrapovic, BelRay, Beutler Lackdesign, BIKERBOX, gilles tooling, Kellermann, Melvin, OZ Motorbike, Puig, Emil Schwarz, Spiegler and WAECO contribute their collective know-how to this High Tech bike.
To follow the next steps in making this extraordinary bike come true please visit the project’s website at

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