Christini already make all-wheel-drive motorcycles. Now they’ve built a snow track system.
But if you really want to tackle the harsh, snow-capped environments like a chilled James Bond, what should you really do?
We were caught by that question last night and luckily we didn’t have far to look.
Christini based in Philadelphia, US already manufacture AWD motorcycles and supply them to the US Air Force, and now they’re offering snow track conversion kits that turn an already pretty badass motorcycle into something fit for assing about in the alps.
Differing of course from other snow track conversion kits, these provide a running track on both the front and rear wheels.
It needs to be added to one of the company’s existing all-wheel-drive motorcycles of course (currently a 450 four-stroke or a 300 two-stroke model) but once converted the rear track will be driven by the bike’s chain and the front track delivering power with a shaft drive running down the front fork.
There’s tread on each ski – the depth of which is adjustable depending on the conditions.
Now this is something we’d like to see Marquez tear up Chamonix on.