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Thursday, May 3, 2018

GPX Razer 220 to Launch in Nepal Soon

With the growing craze of naked bikes among youths, there has been a tough competition among different multinational companies to launch their best-naked sports bike models in Nepal. Following this trend, Omega Automobiles, the official distributor of GPX Racing bikes in Nepal, has planned to launch a new muscular naked bike – GPX Razer 220 – in Nepal soon.

The company has confirmed us about the launch of GPX Razer 220, however, has not yet revelated the price and expected launched date. Nevertheless, we assume the bike to be launched before July this year.

gpz razer 220 
In terms of design, GPX Razer 220 features a muscular design enhancing a motor naked sports figure. It has a modern design with a muscular body and a little sharp lines ranging from front to back. The front Headlamp uses full LED light and has a pointy design. The color combination of GPX is red and black which is not much attractive. It uses split seats where the rider seat and the spindle are separated.
GPX Razer 220 is equipped with a 4-stroke, SOHC, liquid cooled 223cc engine. The engine uses the fuel injection system with a 6-speed manual transmission. GPX hasn’t provided much information about the engine power of GPX Razer 220 on its official site, but a point to be noted is that this bike is capable of crossing 130 kmph on the speedometer. The suspension duties of GPX Razer 220 is held by front suspension upside down. The fuel tank looks sturdy and quite big.
GPX Razer 220 front

4-stroke SOHC engine
Displacement: 223cc
Max Torque: N/A
Max Power: N/A
Top Speed: 130kmph+
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Brakes: Dual Disc Brakes
Kerb Weight: 150 kg
Ground Clearance: 165mm
Front Tire: 100/80 – 17 inchi
Rear Tire: 130/70 – 17 inchi
Headlamp: Full LED
Rear lamp: Full LED

GPX seems to be focused much on looks and design of Razer 220. The previous naked model of GPX Racing, Demon 150 is comparatively smaller than Razer 220. The Razer 220 has addressed some issues of Demon 150 by providing a good seat height and muscular look. The major competitors of GPX Razer 220 in Nepal are Yamaha FZS, and  Suzuki Gixxer, and CF Moto bikes. All bikes feature similar graphics but GPX Razer 220 is comparatively economical and powerful.
GPX Razer 220 Price in Nepal (Expected): Rs. 3,50,000+
GPX Razer 220 back view

GPX Razer 220 suckup

Monday, April 9, 2018

Aprilia Bike Price in Nepal

About Aprilia Bike
Aprilia manufactures motorcycles all across the riding spectrum, from small 50cc scooters up to literbike racers competing in the World Superbike championship – the only European manufacturer to claim such diversity. Founded in the small city of Noale, Italy, Aprilia joined the Piaggio Group in 2004 where the Italian firm now resides under the same umbrella with iconic brands like Vespa, Gilera and Moto Guzzi.

Aprilia set up shop in Noale after WWII, with founder Alberto Beggio’s company originally producing bicycles. The second generation Beggio, son Ivano, saw the introduction of motorized bikes in 1968 with small-displacement mopeds like the Colibri and Daniela.
Mopeds and scooters are still a component of the Aprilia lineup, with the popular Scarabeo series now ranging from 50-500cc. The SportCity and Atlantic models also extend the Aprilia brand, complementing the extensive scooter offerings within the Piaggio Group.

Racing has played a major role in Aprilia’s development. First success came in the off-road realm during the mid ‘70s when the Italian marque enjoyed success in the Italian and World motocross championships. Aprilia still produces off-road machinery like the enduro RXV 4.5 and 5.5 and the 2-stroke RX 50 and RX 125. For 2009 the Italian firm pushes forward with a Twin-powered motocrosser – the MXV 4.5, which will compete in the FIM Motocross series. Supermoto versions of the XV Twin are the SXV 4.5 and 5.5.

The RSV4 literbike, powered by a new V-Four, places Aprilia back into a premier roadracing series, as it will compete in the 2009 World Superbike Championship with none other than Max Biaggi at the controls, along with Japanese rider Shinya Nakano. The Twin-powered RSV1000R superbike remains in the current roster, while the 2-stroke RS125 GP racer is available in the US for the first time as a 2009 non-street-legal track bike.

Aprilia’s greatest racing success has been in Grand Prix, where the small Italian brand has held its own with a total of 33 titles to its credit. Although competing at times in the premier class, Aprilia has excelled in the 125 and 250 GP series, where former championship riders include eventual MotoGP stars like Max Biaggi, Loris Capirossi, Jorge Lorenzo and even the Doctor himself, Valentino Rossi.

Aprilia’s current street bike lineup includes a number of models, many with a “Factory” version sourcing high-end componentry. The dual-sport Pegaso 650 is a Single-powered Euro model. Other road bikes are V-Twins, like the 749cc Dorsoduro supermotard and Shiver naked. The Mana 850 is also powered by a Twin but features a new automatic transmission, eliminating a clutch lever and making a bid for the entry-level rider. The high-performance Aprilia Tuono is a stripped down standard version of the RSV literbike and a multiple winner of Motorcycle USA comparison tests.
Aprilia Bike Price in Nepal

Latest Aprilia Bike Models
Aprilia SR 150
Rs. 246900
Aprilia SR 150 Race
Rs. 256900
Aprilia STX 150 Road
Rs. 279000
Aprilia ETX 150 Enduro
Rs. 350000
Aprilia RS4 125
Rs. 760000
Aprilia Shiver Sport 750 ABS
Rs. 2000000
Aprilia Dorsoduro 750 ABS
Rs. 2400000
Aprilia RSV4 RR
Rs. 3500000