CFMOTO at the EICMA fair in Milan

The Chinese motorcycle manufacturer, CFMOTO, presented its new SR-C21 prototype at the EICMA fair – which is on its way to becoming the new sports motorcycle of the renowned company.

Unfortunately, we do not have more details at the moment, but what we do know is that it will be in serial production next year. The motorcycle will be based on a 400cc platform, although the teaser video suggests that the unit could be larger in capacity.

The name the prototype boasts is top-of-the-line components, such as Brembo tips, Ohlins suspension, single-sided rear forks, SC-Project exhaust systems and MotoGP-inspired flaps.

it is designed, it is also very impressive, and the reason for that is the connections that CFMOTO has with the Austrian KTM and the withered design house Kiska.

If some sources are to be believed, there is a possibility that the SR-C21 will get a parallel twin unit, with a volume of 790 or 890 cubic meters, which would be an extremely important move for the Chinese manufacturer and allow it to impose itself on the market.

In addition to the new prototype, the Chinese company presented several other novelties.

Find out more about available CFMOTO models from an authorized importer for Serbia www.cfmoto.rs

Nikola Lasica, Photo: Sran Petrovi


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