- 110 hp Power
- 68 lb-ft Torque
- 445 lbs Dry Weight
We started with the technical suit, jacket, pants and helmet. The rugged style of the bike was transferred to the clothing. We went from the in 3 dimensions motorcycle, to the fabric that is two-dimensional. So we went from alternating large and small curvatures on the bike to clean cuts and soft lines on the clothing.
You immediately notice that white dominates the collection as well as the bike.
White has an important historical value: the rally riders of the 90s wore light-colored jackets because they reflected the sun more.
What's more, at the time they didn't have the technical fabrics we have today, so in the desert it was really an important feature.
At first glance it is a very essential clothing, white, gray with a touch of color.
But when you get into the details you notice the richness of the details and the choice of technical materials.
Even on the clothing the style has been guided by functionality. The jacket is the perfect example.
The sleeves are detachable allowing greater freedom of movement in off-road riding.
The front pockets are large and take inspiration from the travel packs used in the enduro world. The back pocket is asymmetrical for easier opening.
Seeing the first images of Antoine wearing these garments and jumping through the dunes on the DesertX was really exciting.
With the new DesertX we think we've managed to come up with a completely new design that's out of time and out of fashion.