Daelim B-Bone 125 News
Daelim B-Bone breaks cover at Melbourne Motorcycle Expo. Also S4, S1 and VJF 250i.
Daelim made a fully fledged appearance at this years Melbourne Motorcycle Show. After years of playing in the shadows, Daelim looked every bit a top quality contender.
The B-Bone 125 will be launched for the very first time in February 2011. The B-Bone cuts a striking pose, all because of one main feature, the exposed frame. This will be something of a unique scooter when it arrives, turning heads will come totally free, and form part of the package.
Plenty of nice features apart from the style. An oil cooled and injected 125 cc motor. Rolling on 13 inch wheels and stopping with disc brakes front and rear. Nice use of chrome including two exposed gauges and the headlight up front.
Expect this one to gather a fast following, especially when a few hit the streets. Another bonus will be the retail price, a list somewhere around $3500.
So all the looks, that trademark Daelim quality, a growing dealer network. Should make for a successful combination......
If all overseas ride reports are correct on this one, then Daelim Australia has a winner.
Looking forward to Feb 2011!
Whilst on Daelim, at the Expo we also had on display the new S4 50
cc 4 stroke and the VJF 250i commuter bike.
The S4 will be a budget sub-$2000 machine
and will be due 1st quarter 2011. Playing in the 50 cc sector, the S4 should offer poky performance for a 4 stroke machine.
The VJF 250i is a sports motorcycle
for the learner legal category. The VJF 250i has already gone on sale
in Australia and things look fairly promising.
The S1 125, which has been carrying the mantle for Daelim, will remain in the model range.
Great seeing the Daelim brand so prominent in Melbourne. Four new
models with the promise of more coming. A renowned build quality from South
Korea has ensured the brand has a significantly high reputation in the
market, or the around the world for that matter.