29 Apr
An air-cooled V-twin with 100 hp &130 mph top speed

With Henrik Fisker’s vision commissioned by Lauge Jensen comes the Viking, a clean, classic American cruiser. Fisker — once best known for his Aston Martin DB9 and BMW design, but now probably best known for his failed electric car brand — is still one of the best designers working today, and the Viking wears proof. The old-school engine built by a classic biking outfit out of Wisconsin (he’s not saying which), is an air-cooled V-twin that gets 100 hp and will be the first motorcycle to comply with the tough Euro emission laws taking hold come 2016. Commissioned by Anders Kirk Johansen, scion of the mighty LEGO empire, the six speed hits over 130 mph commanding 70 mpg fuel efficiency, and has a dryweight of about 660 pounds.

Closer look at the Lauge Jensen x Henrik Fisker Viking below…

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