Krämer HKR EVO2 is a sportbike from Germany. It produces 81 hp and is only 127 kg wet. A 690-cc single-cylinder KTM engine is installed in the heart of the motorcycle, engine, used in KTM 690 Duke and Husqvarna 701 serial models. Among other features we can name a custom frame and body kit and also top chassis components.
The Krämer HKR EVO2 sportbike is interesting in details, good build quality and dedicated design.
The project started in 2009, when the KTM 690 Duke became the KTM RC8 successor. The bike was designed to participate in the European “supermono” competition. Later, in 2014, the HKR EVO2 appeared as a more serious racing vehicle. The motorcycle is produced in two versions for the USA and three for Europe.
The versions for the USA are S and R models. The Krämer HKR EVO2 S ($ 16,000) uses a single 320mm front-brake rotor, cast wheels with 75 hp of power; Krämer HKR EVO2 R ($ 21,000) comes equipped with dual 290mm rotors up front, forged wheels, and more aggressive 81 hp. In Europe you can also find the Krämer HKR EVO2 RR version, where the working volume is increased to 90 hp.
All motorcycles are equipped with adjustable WP suspension and custom exhaust (muffler is available). Krämer also makes spare parts to support its customers.