The Chinese firm has announced that it’s adding an A2 licence-friendly version of its funky CL-X roadster to its ever-growing range.
It’s basically a restyled version of the factory’s 300NK naked, featuring the same trellis frame, cast wheels, radiator, swingarm and 292cc engine (which makes around 28bhp and 18lb-ft of torque). It’ll also come kitted out with a 37mm USD front fork; preload-adjustable rear shock; single 292mm front brake disc; 220mm rear disc; Continental two-channel ABS; and the same dash as its bigger 700cc brother.
With a friendly 795mm seat height and a claimed 155kg weight, the newest CFMoto should be perfectly placed for those working their way up the licence categories. There’s been no official word yet on pricing or availability, but with distribution being taken over by KTM in the UK, the future’s looking bright for CFMoto.
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