Motus, the American sport-touring motorcycle
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The Motus is coming. It's been a long adventure from concept to prototype to testing/development to production machines - but we are almost there. As we work to finish testing of the newest American motorcycles — the MST and MST-R — we've pulled down our old site and created this blog to let you see behind the scenes in the final stages of development. We'll talk about the people behind Motus, our design philosophy, upcoming events, technical specs and maybe even some of our favorite rides. In the coming weeks, we'll launch our new website and begin rolling motorcycles out to our dealers across the country. We invite you to come back often and join the conversation.

ABOUT MOTUS

Motus manufactures high-performance, American V4 sport-touring motorcycles that combine heart-racing performance with uncompromising comfort. Powered by the mighty MV4 and MV4-R Baby Block engines, the MST's are a reinvention of the traditional sport-tourer. Comfortable American sportbikes with accommodations for touring. Motus represents uncompromising attention to detail and a commitment to building machines that offer motorcyclists the best possible riding experience.

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October 9th, 2013 @ 8:10PM

Motus In Motion.

Comments

On October 10, 2013, 10:23 am Doug Anderson said:

I had the pleasure of meeting you folks in Daytona 2 years ago, sat on one of your bikes . First time in my life as a short guy , a bike that fit me perfectly.
Man I hope you guys have success with this project.
All I need is to win a little lottery money and I will be banging your door down . :-)

On October 30, 2013, 10:29 am Darrin Earhart said:

I love the Motus in Motion video! where was that shot, I have to go there.

On October 30, 2013, 1:14 pm Lee Conn said:

Thanks Darrin. The video was shot primarily in Utah.

On December 1, 2013, 12:54 pm John said:

Does that music come with the bike? Damn good guitar..who plays that?

On December 2, 2013, 1:46 pm Lee Conn said:

Thanks, John. That music is by a fella named Brad Armstrong of a kick ass Alabama band called The Dexateens. Check ‘em out.