“Alone against all, in spite of who, with the excuse of passion for motorcycles benefits his bank account. The tenacity and skill of those who, in spite of everything, He can still put on track a 500 crafts.”
ThePaton and this, passion and tenacity; the challenge of creating something extremely competitive giving vent to all its resources, both mechanical and of men and means, and extreme attention to detail and the watchful eye of those who make things done quietly and with dedication.
The Paton now wants to return to the scene of the slopes PG500RR, but not in the scenario of the competitions, but within that of enthusiasts who want a truly extreme means to have fun on track. A 500 four-cylinder two times with more than 170 horses and a rabid temperament is something very far from the imagination of today, something far behind and too far, something that does not even exist in dreams, even in those more than 70 thousand euro…
Therefore the appearance of a similar item is something extremely delicate, from all points of view.
Currently (the bike is still in the early stage of development) there is a trend towards a very traditional solution, that preserves the most of the original forms, but denoting definitely an attention to detail worthy of a similar item. Here's the “details” take on a different quality compared to the one usually used in the field of motorcycle design. The details in this case is something that does not detract in the field of performance and historical memory, ma “solo” add in the context of the Exaltation “graphics” content.
Here the Paton PG500RR as a hull shapes typical of the period beginning 2000, but with graphics that evoke the classic historical tradition Paton, the dreaded two-cylinder four-stroke of the late sixties.