Those who purchase a HOREX know that they are getting an absolute premium class product. From the design to the production of the parts, to the building of a HOREX and the finish — in all areas, the work is done according to the highest quality standards to create masterpieces of perfection.
Since 1923, the brand HOREX has stood for magnificent motorbikes. Whether from the numerous successes in motor sports or with the development of motorbikes that have become icons of their time, like the world-renowned HOREX Regina, HOREX quickly became the industry standard. Today, HOREX again connects with this tradition and produces the highest quality hand-built masterpieces.
HOREX Setting the standard since 1923
HOREX motorbikes do not come from a soulless production line, but instead are made by the sought-after specialists in an exclusive two-wheel manufacturing facility in Landsberg am Lech in Upper Bavaria. The high demand of the end product is based on a modern, process-support manual fabrication. Whether in the manufacturing of the seat, in the multi-level production process for the tank logo made of aluminium or in the painting — the highly qualified team always has an eye on perfection. In the last step of production, the employee responsible for the new machine even signs their name.
MAKING OF… Production at 3C-Carbon
To fulfil the performance specifications for the HOREX VR6 Silver Edition, the 3C-Carbon development team took advantage of the parent company’s broad spectrum of expertise. The structural rear frame and reversible seat components/subshells of the HOREX VR6 Silver Edition are thus made of the same structurally durable real carbon as the front fender, rear fender, middle silencer panel, license plate holder, rear muffler bracket, pillion footrest bracket, display housing, headlamp housing, etc.
In parallel to the manufacture of these carbon components, aluminium components are made of high-quality alloys at the Landsberg am Lech production site. In addition to chassis components (triple clamps, fork bottom, handlebar support), many key components are manufactured from this material including fluid reservoirs, design covers, brake/clutch/gear-shift lever, display bracket.
Last but not least – the paint samples specially developed for the new HOREX is executed at the 3C paint centres. The heritage-design tank and the specially coated bi-colour wire wheels require the full sum of know-how accumulated by the firm’s experienced coating technicians.