Alvaro Dal Farra is a former freestyle and motocross rider. He fell in love with motocross at the age of 3 when he saw and dreamt of a Malaguti Grizzly. Since then, his love towards the sport and motorcycles has only grown. This crazy love and his innovative ideas along with the help of today’s advanced technologies led to the development of the Kawasaki KX450 3D Core.
The Kawasaki KX450 3D Core is built by using 3D printed parts. It is a result of a collaboration of Dal Farra with design firm Codoro Studio, engineering team Skorpion Engineering, and a flight of suppliers. 3D printing technology really helped to give the whole idea a real picture.
“With the HP multi-jet fusion technology by Skorpion Engineering, thanks to which we have been able to create different layers and a real “open heart”. 3D laser processing, anodizing, painting, and special parts complete the bike and enhance the concept of extreme research.”, says Alvaro Dal Farra.
He continues, “I always wonder why the bike continues to be the center of my life. The fulcrum, the heart of everything. My life without the bike would not be possible. Even though it almost killed me, I still love her, I can’t exist without her. This love comes from the deepest heart.”
“3D Core is reminiscent of this bike, all red and blue. The red color of heart and veins and the blue of the arteries that feed our body, allow us to live. The heart is the fulcrum, the engine of life for everything. Without heart, without love, nothing would make sense and nothing would be true.”
The bike looks pretty dope. It’s got a mesh pattern and design in its panels so that one can have a look at its inside. The color scheme is also very subtle and simplicity. And as it’s said, simple is beautiful. Let’s see when do we see this Kawasaki KX450 3D Core in action.