In addition to the development of modern motorcycles, classical motorcycle still retains its own position.
5. Honda CMX500 Rebel: The Honda CMX500 Rebel causes a contradiction from its own name. Desipte being the “rioters”, Honda’s car is not rebellious at all. The CMX500 Rebel is equipped with a 471 cc twin-cylinder engine – similar to the CBR500R and CB500F. This medium-range engine gives the rider an easy feel for performance and good fuel economy. The £ 5,399 for a compact cruiser, eye-catching appearance, good engine is quite reasonable.
4. Ducati Scrambler Sixty2: It can be said that the classic car market was noticed again after the birth of the Ducati Scrambler and in the medium segment is Scrambler Sixty2. Compared with the Scrambler Sons, the Sixty2 Scrambler made some changes, most notably the L-Twin engine block that reduced its volume to 399 cc. If you were a Ducatista (Ducati) but having a limited budget, the price of 6,450 pounds Scrambler Sixty2 is quite reasonable.
3. Triumph Street Scrambler: Street Scrambler is Triumph’s answer to Ducati in the Scrambler segment. Even with the engine up to 900 cc, the Triumph Street Scrambler delivers just 500-600 cc: 55 hp and 80 Nm of torque. Therefore, the Street Scrambler is one of the most popular Bonneville motorcycles. Street Scrambler is friendly with rider, easy to control even in crowded city.
2. Yamaha XSR700: Maybe, Yamaha XSR700 is the motorbike that brings the least sense of classic in this list because there are many modern parts. The XSR700 was built on the base of the naked bike MT-07 with many modifications to increase comfort, but retains the same twin-cylinder engine. The XSR700 is considered as the second most interesting car in the list. In the Asian market, the XSR700 is also a serious contender for the Ducati Scrambler. Reference price: £ 6,250.
1. Triumph Street Cup: If you love Triumph Thruxton’s nostalgic look but it’s beyond your reach, the Triumph Street Cup will fill that void. The Street Cup is based on the Street Twin and the Street Scrambler, but still retains the nostalgic caveracer designs and advanced technology applied to many of Triumph’s models. Street Cup’s classic design with headlights and round headlights, small front windshield, analog-speed clocks and LCD. Reference price: £ 8,600.
By: Anna Lee