The $116,000, 21st century evolution of the Norton rotary engine.
We know we’re living in strange times when the ability to stroll into a dealership and ride out on a 200-hp-plus superbike is no longer a mere pipe dream. And even against that backdrop, the idea of a 690cc machine making 220 hp and weighing just 277 pounds sounds a little far-fetched.
But that’s precisely what the Crighton CR700W is, thanks to a rotary engine that’s unique among modern motorcycles.
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