Popular Suzuki factory rider Vincent Haskovic achieved one of his life long ambitions by standing on the top of the podium as winner of the 2005 Daytona AMA Superstock race. Just two races later fate struck the cruelest of blows in a freak accident that finished his racing career. A group of industry sponsors built a very special bike that was auctioned and all the proceeds went to help Vincent ease the burden.
The concept for the bike was born between ace fabricator Paul Taylor of Taylor Made Racing and Vincent himself. Paul had in mind the building of the ultimate track day bike, a super handling machine with adequate power that would challenge the rider and his skills but not intimidate him. Vincents response to the idea was yes, thats exactly what I want for myself and I have the perfect bike lets build it together! So it came to pass that Vinces 2004 GSXR 750 was wheeled into the Taylor Made workshop.
Circumstances changed and Paul wanted to help Vince in the best way he could so it was decided to complete the bike and use it to raise funds. As the bike was to be the ultimate track day bike he invited the best of the best to contribute their top of the line components. The goal: to create the best handling, light weight race bike, wrapped in a cool, eye catching package that can carve the canyons, strafe the race track and be ridden down to Bobs Big Boy on a Saturday night.
The result is a 145 bhp carbon fiber dream that tips the scales at just 339 lb wet (thats more than 25 lb less than an AMA superbike and only 13 lb more than a Moto GP bike) complete with starter, lights and a license plate. Discover full details of this remarkable, one of a kind bike by navigating round this site.