Bullit V-Bob 250 cruiser unveiled

– Belgian bicycle manufacturer Bullit Motorcycles unveils the V-Bob 250

– Is based on the Bluroc 250 jammer

– Powered by a 250cc, V-twin, air-cooled engine

Bullit Motorcycles, a Belgian motorcycle company, has unveiled its brand new cruiser, the V-Bob 250, in Europe. It is based on the Bluroc 250 jammer-style offering that Bullit introduced in March of this year.

With the V-Bob, Bullit is aimed at young audiences looking for an easy-to-ride cruiser for urban journeys and short weekends. Weighing 179 kg (curbside) and offering a low seat height, it should be easy to manage. The bike maker also fitted the bike with forced air cooling to keep the engine from heating up in traffic.

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The V-Bob 250 has a long wheelbase and a low profile, making it a quintessential cruising position. Meanwhile, to make it appealing to modern youngsters, it gets a black treatment for most of its components with alloy rims, a chopped tail end, and a chunky dual exhaust setup.

The V-Bob is powered by the 250cc, air-cooled, V-twin Bullit engine, which is the largest powertrain developed by the brand. It produces 17 hp and the final transmission consists of a chain. The hardware package includes inverted forks and dual shocks along with disc brakes at both ends.

Bullit will launch the V-Bob 250 on European markets in July this year. In the UK it was valued at 3,799 GBP (around Rs 3.5 lakh). The other countries in which it is present are France, the Netherlands, Germany and Portugal.

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