Brixton has introduced the 500XC scrambler

Edited by: Giannis Petrochilos

THE Brixton has taken the first steps in Europe having win the audience The Brixton dealership in Greece is KSR Hellas.mainly with its beautiful models. With retro aesthetics and small engines 125 cc. has mainly “embraced” young riders who are looking for something different on the two wheels with affordable price and increased usability.

Brixton unveiled a new version of the popular a few days ago Crossfire 500 with scrambler aesthetics. The Crossfire 500XC has high feather and 19-inch front and 17-inch rear wheels. The tires are dual-use for off-road and off-road use posts they have longer routes. To enhance the off-road character have been placed guards on the front luminaire, in refrigerator and the engine, while the steering wheel is slightly longer placed high for better control on dirt roads.

The first Crossfire 500XC designs released.

It is expected to be officially presented in 2022

The engine of the Crossfire 500XC is the well-known two-cylinder 486 ml who performs 47 horses andThe 500XC is the 5th member of the Crossfire family. 43Nm of torque. The posts are hers KYB with inverted fork front and single shock absorber rear, while the brakes are hers J.Juan with a 320mm front disc and a 240mm rear disc, accompanied by its ABS Bosch. The weight of the motorcycle is expected to be at 195 kg, while the tank will have a capacity of 13.5 liters.

The Crossfire 500XC is located in the final stage of development, but it is certain that in 2022 will be available in the market. Besides, the year for the Chinese brand is expected to be very strong as it has already presented at EICMA 2021 the excellent Cromwell 1200 which is intended as a rival to Triumph Bonneville.

Get a taste of the new Brixton models.

This is the XC version of the Crossfire 125.

At EICMA we enjoyed the Cromwell 1200.

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