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RSS Official: Motus prices 2013 MST at $30,975

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It's been a little while since we've touched on Motus and the company's all-American MST bikes, but that doesn't mean it has faded into obscurity. The manufacturer has officially announced pricing on two of its wares. The base MST sports tourer will command a sticker price of $30,975, while the slightly sportier MST-R will set buyers back $36,975. Neither bike will bow with the much-talked about gasoline direct injection system, but that doesn't mean the in-house V4 engine is any less impressive. The base MST rolls out the door with 165 horsepower, while the MST-R puts 185 hp to the ground.

Make no mistake, these aren't inexpensive machines. The BMW K1600 GTL lands at a relatively inexpensive $23,200 with just five fewer ponies than the American upstart. Still, the MST-R will offer buyers an impressive list of go-fast hardware, including Ohlins R&T NIX forks, an Ohlins TTX rear shock, Brembo monoblock stoppers and forged aluminum OZ wheels. With a list like that, the MST-R certainly puts the sport in sport tourer.

Both bikes come with removable Givi hard cases as standard equipment as well as a premium Sargent seat and wave rotors. Look for both the MST and the MST-R to begin hitting dealers by the middle of this year. Hit the jump for the full press release.

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lolbikes?

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Never even heard of Motus...

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For a bike? Seriously?

All of my lulz.

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Could almost get me another Camaro at that price :lol:

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$30,975.00 could buy lots of hookers, booz & lol's and would be more fun than wasting it on that bike!

IMO of course. :lol:

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