Top influencer Rick Kwan partnered with Hong Kong tourbillon brand Memorigin last year to co-design the Biker Tourbillon with the motorcycle theme. It was well-received by the public, especially male customers, and even introduced by the renowned Japanese watch magazine Power Watch. During the Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair 2022, the timepiece aficionado Rick and Memorigin surprised the public again with the launch of the Biker 2.0 Tourbillon.

At the event, Memorigin’s Founder & CEO William Shum said he had known Rick for years and had treated him as an important partner. He was impressed by his passion for watches and motorbikes. Speaking of the design, Rick revealed that Biker 2.0 reserves the tough steel barrel-shaped watch case in the previous edition, giving an understated masculine appeal. The watch also employs tritium luminescence light technology on the hands and hour markers. The excellent low-light performance allows motorcyclists riding at night to read the time at one glance. It demonstrates a perfect integration of cutting-edge technology and traditional watch craftsmanship.

The watch with a PVD black stainless-steel case and black skeleton dial has a stealth black aesthetic. The design of the dial resembles a motorcycle’s wheel rim. The intricate all-black components of the movement can be seen underneath. While such black may seem a little mysterious, they are undoubtedly fascinating. The tourbillon is adorned with the shape of a disc brake at the six o'clock position, in which everyone will find the horological complication intriguing.

The watch is equipped with a manual-winding tourbillon movement which has 40 hours of power reserve and a vibration frequency of 28,800 oscillations per hour. It provides a stable and accurate time-telling function, making it an essential everyday accessory for motorcycle enthusiasts.


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