Fresh from unveiling the new 50cc Hero, Bullit Motorcycles is expanding its product offering even further with the launch of the retro-inspired Bluroc range. Available in a 125cc learner-legal version as well as a more powerful 250cc version, the Bluroc will be available in dealers from 9th March.
2020 is set to be a big year for Bullit Motorcycles, with the Belgium-based motorcycle manufacturer unveiling a brand new model, the Bluroc. Arriving in two displacements, 125cc and 250cc, the ‘of the moment’ retro-styled machines feature classic looks with a host of modern features.
With café racer and retro focused machines attracting interest from manufacturers and builders alike, the two new Bluroc machines tap into this trend but bring them to younger riders who may not be able to afford a bigger capacity machine.
The 4-stroke, air cooled 125cc version gives 11.5bhp and comes with a classic front fork and spiral oil suspension set-up. With five gears and a single disc, combined brake system the Bluroc 125 will be available in dealers from 9th March and will cost £1999.
The bigger 250cc version is the largest capacity machine in the Bullit range and comes with a reliable 4-stroke, V-twin air cooled engine capable of a top speed of 78mph. Featuring hydraulic conventional telescopic forks, hydraulic mono shock suspension and a five speed manual transmission, the new machine weighs 151kg. Also available in dealers from 9th March, the Bluroc 250 will cost £3,599.
The Bluroc 125 comes in British Racing Green, Gold Black and Titanium Grey whilst the 250 is available in British Racing Green and Matt Grey.
Henry Maplethorpe Bullit UK Brand Manager said, “This year is set to be our biggest yet, with the Hero 50 unveiled recently and now these two new versions of our latest model, the Bluroc 125 and 250. These machines tap into the popular retro vibe but are accessible for a far wider audience. This bigger capacity model means we can now cater for even more riders, and strengthens our offering to the UK market.”
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