These are my dream bikes. A range of new Cagiva Elefant Dakar replicas, each with a quad cam v twin dry sump engine and direct injection plus EFI plus a multivalve head, needs a competition radiator.Needs a newly advanced traction control system.Also to be fitted with big heavy duty off road biased upside down forks.Plus powerful monoblock Brembo calipers and with the new bosch ABS system on it.Plus massive front twin discs, big brembo rear brake caliper, lightweight wheels that are painted black, a massive bash plate that protects the engine/exhaust pipes.Brighten up the night with fog lights, xenon headlights, plus LED indicators and an LED brake light.Have to have a fully adjustable Dakar type windscreen and a choice of paint schemes the main colour being white with Lucky Explorer or Lucky Strike decals or whatever race colours.Also need easy to read dials ( a race spec LCD dash )for oil pressure, water tempreture and a fuel gauge, plus the obvious speedometer and rev counter etc.Bikes have to be the lightest, most powerful & best handling for a road legal Dakar bike.Also tough Acerbis wrap around handguards need to be fitted with good wind protection.Easy air filter changes are a must have.Would be nice to have smaller engines too, say about 950cc plus a 450cc & 125cc bike for learner legal riders and all bikes to be liquid cooled.Would also be nice to have a big tank range for the 1300cc Elefant, say about 32 uk litres.Please don't let it be the end of true dual sport machines as we know it from years ago .Would be nice if they were more biased to the dirt than the KTM 1290 R Adventure bike .Also try to carry down the technology to the smaller bikes if you can.See if you can fit a multiplate dry clutch aswell, so we can hear the rattle. Basically they have got to be very ruggedly built machines, capable of taking on the rough stuff.Make em more rugged than the old Team Cagiva Dakar bikes. Edit: Also all have to have a 6 speed gearbox too with a light clutch if possible.Plus a low seat height for all models, that is lacking in the trail bike market. Horsepower rating for each road legal bike: 125cc single or v twin = 15bhp 450cc v twin = 85bhp 950cc v twin = 130bhp 1300cc v twin = 170bhp Plus make some trail bikes that look similar to the Elefant 650 but with a smaller engine for green laning or for fun off road.