To make things sporty, the bike makes a claimed 113 horsepower and 71 lb.-ft. of torque. That’s within a breath of the Hypermotard’s figures, but peak torque hits about 1,000 rpm lower, suggesting a more streetable tune on the engine. The fork and shock are from Marzocchi and Sachs, respectively, with adjustable spring preload and compression/rebound damping up front and adjustable spring preload and rebound damping in the rear. Brakes are from Brembo, with big radial-mount calipers squeezing down on full-size 320mm discs. Sporty stuff indeed.