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Brixton Crossfire 125

Austrian startup Brixton Motorcycles first introduced this beauty at the Eicma 2019 show, and after pausing production because of the pandemic, the Crossfire 125 has finally broke cover! Combining neo-retro styling and thoroughly modern equipment, the good-looking machine is powered by a liquid-cooled, 124.8cc single engine that produces 13.4 horsepower at 9500 rpm and 7.7 lb-ft of torque at 5,500. Other notable details include LED lighting, LCD instrumentation, and the choice of Pirelli road rubber or semi-knob tires. The price of the bike and release date should be revealed at the upcoming EICMA 2021.



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SCHINDELHAUER BIKES

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1966 ICON OLD SCHOOL BRONCO | Image

1966 ICON OLD SCHOOL BRONCO

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BRUBAKER BOX MINIVAN

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