The first Roll-Out of the TPV-EGLI-Vincent was a great event. After two hours runtime without any technical problems, one can say that it passed successfully. The chassis is very agile, stable and accurate and was advantageous for passing  slower riders “off the line”. Also, the striking bump in the apex of the “bridge curve” has been absorbed without problems. The TPV-EGLI-Vincent has the potential, no doubt, to cope with a tuned racing engine, and thus the current superbikes to teach the fear.

Fritz Egli Jr.

The TPV-EGLI-Vincent, ready to go, in the pits at the racetrack of Lédenon, South France.
The TPV-EGLI-Vincent, ready to go, in the pits at the racetrack of Lédenon, South France.
Of course, the good old EGLI-DUCATI, ED984SSR, is attending
Of course, the good old EGLI-DUCATI, ED984SSR, is attending
The Tyres are heated up, the Bike is ready for a very first ride on the Track.
The Tyres are heated up, the Bike is ready for a very first ride on the Track. The bike is equipped with a Godet 1330 in stock configuration for the moment.

Join us for two Laps on the challenging Racetrack of Ledenon. Please switch on your sound-system and do not hang off too much on your office-chair!

 

Photo © Jean-Michel Losma
Photo © Jean-Michel Losma
Photo © Jean-Michel Losma
Photo © Jean-Michel Losma
Photo © Jean-Michel Losma
Photo © Jean-Michel Losma

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http://tpv-vincent.de/en/

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