2011 Derringer Bespoke #1 - Museum Bike.
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The 2011 bespoke series starts with a bang. Seen here is the first Derringer to be displayed in a museum.
This special model features a salt flats racer inspired paint scheme with solid white and pearl orange details, it also features a special machined aluminum sprocket and carrier.
The Derringer Bespoke #1 - Museum Bike can be viewed in the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California during normal business hours.
Created by renowned industrial designer Adrian Van Anz, each motorbike is meticulously appointed with unique components available at the owner's discretion.
These include such refined details as hammered copper rivets, hand-made leather saddles and white tires manufactured without the use of carbon black.
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