Terra Modena

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Terra Modena
Founder Dario Calzavara
Headquarters Italy, Reggio Emilia
Key people
Dario Calzavara, Piero Ferrari, Massimo Rizzo
Products motocross, enduro and supermoto motorcycles
Parent I-TEA (Iniziative Tecnologiche Applicate) and HPE (owned by Piero Ferrari)
Website http://www.terramodena.com/

Terra Modena is an Italian supermoto/dual-sport motorcycle manufacturer that is responsible for creating the "most exotic and expensive supermoto ever built – the Terra Modena 198."[1][2] The design and production of the bikes are outsourced to other firms, such as engine design done by Peiro Ferrai's HPE and the gearbox being made by 2000 Engineering.[3]

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  1. ^ "Video: Ferrari Supermoto". 2007-01-07. Senior Road Tester Michael Neeves has been to Italy to test the most exotic and expensive supermoto ever built – the Terra Modena 198. This new model carries a price tag of £15,600 with its Ferrari designed engine among its high talking points. 
  2. ^ "Stunning Modena SX2 Supermoto launch". Supermotard News. Temple Press. 2004-04-01. Following the launch last November of Aprilia's radical 4.5V2 450 V-Twin Supermotard machine comes another impressive release with the launch of the Terra Modena 450cc Supermoto machine. The result of a collaboration between I-TEA (Iniziative Tecnologiche Applicate), a company recently founded by Dario Calzavara, and HPE belonging to Piero Ferrari. 
  3. ^ "The firm". Tera Modena. Archived from the original on 2009-01-08. I-Tea is a “networked” company: design and production are entrusted to external companies, each one of them excelling in its own specific field of activity. The engine was designed by Piero Ferrari's company HPE, and the gearbox by 2000 Engineering, the company that developed the first electronic transmission in Formula One. 

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