Renard is an Estonian motorcycle brand that was founded in 1938. Shortly after their first bikes were made, World War II began, and in 1944 the company’s factory was entirely destroyed by bombs. Many years later, in 2008 a group of Estonian entrepreneurs decided to bring the Renard name back to life and started building bikes under the same name.
Today we bring to you the Carbon Fiber Renard GT. The prototype of this carbon luxury bike was presented at the Hanover Technology Fair and it will only hit production next year. It features a 11 kg (24.2 lbs) monocoque chassis, with integrated fuel tank and airbox.
The four-valve Moto Guzzi v-twin engine sends its 130 horsepower to the also-carbon-fiber wheels. You can only feel great riding this Estonian bike, as not many motorcycle enthusiasts can pride themselves with a $96,000 carbon-fiber chopper.