CFMOTO SR-C21 “caught” in testing

The CFMOTO SR-C21 was caught during testing, its first public appearance since the concept was unveiled at the EICMA in Milan.

The sports motorcycle had a notable appearance at the Italian fair, attracting a lot of attention with its appearance.

Now it seems that the model is really going to production after the prototype was noticed for testing in China.

Returning to the concept, apart from what we could see, a lot of unknowns remained. One of them concerns the aggregate that would power it. The size itself indicates that the eel could be any unit with a volume of up to 800 cubic meters.

However, sources now state that it will be a parallel twin unit of 450 cc, which means that it will have a 450cc parallel twin engine, which means that the SR-C21 for rivals will have a Honda CBR500R and a Kawasaki Ninja 400.

What we see on the camouflaged prototype is that the SR-21 has lost some of its more striking features with the concept. Here we primarily mean the SC Project exhaust system and Brembo brakes.

Whatever the outcome, the CFMOTO SR-C21 is conceived as a kind of reflection of the Chinese company’s ambitions to develop more attractive, premium motorcycles. Such an impression was left by the company on EICMA, at least judging by the positive feedback. It remains to be seen how bold the final creation will be.


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