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Bullit V-Bob 250 Cruiser Motorcycle Officially Revealed

Nepal Auto Trader

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Bullit Motorcycles, a Belgian motorcycle company, has recently unveiled an all-new cruiser motorcycle by the name V-Bob 250 for the European markets. The twin-cylinder bike has been launched with a price tag of GBP 3,799 (NRS 5.72 lakh, approximate, direct conversion).

Mechanically, the Bullit V-Bob 250 is powered by a 250cc, V-Twin, air-cooled engine which is good for a maximum power of 17HP, making the cruiser motorcycle seriously underpowered as it weighs 179kgs. With just 17HP on offer, the V-Bob 250 is more suitable for riding within the city rather than taking it on the highways for long rides. Coming to key components, the brand has equipped the bike with a belt-drive system, upside-down (USD) front telescopic forks, dual rear shock absorbers, and disc brakes at both the ends.

In terms of style, the Bullit V-Bob 250 looks pretty muscular as it features a perfectly-chiselled fuel tank, attractive-looking dual exhaust system, smart multi-spoke alloy wheels, modern-retro headlight plus tail light, and clear-lens turn indicators. The brand is offering the cruiser motorcycle in three shades: Red, Silverish Grey, and Black. Bullit V-Bob 250 will go on sale in the European markets from next month while the brand has no plans to enter the Nepalese market anytime soon.

One of the key highlights of the cruiser is the dual-exhaust setup. The two blacked-out exhausts add to the bike’s overall looks. With a drag-type handlebar and a low saddle height, the V-Bob 250 should provide a mix of relaxed and sporty riding stance. The side turn signals at the front are mounted on the handlebar. The single-piece headlamp seems to have a circular LED DRL. The side profile of the Bullit V-Bob 250 features a boxy fuel tank and stylish alloy wheels. At the rear, the tyre hugger also works as the license plate holder. The taillamp and rear side turn signals are mounted behind the so-called pillion seat.

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