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School Motorcycles



MC1 Alien 50x2 (R-N)

Excellent styling, well proportioned. Comfortable seating for two, not too high. Great alloy handle grab bar for pillion passenger. Good storage under seat with two hooks to lock helmets. Glove compartment large enough to store wheel lock. Convenient oil filler, locked away under seat near fuel. Two-stroke engine pulls well, reaches & maintains 68km/hr. 12" wheels offer good ride and big scooter feel. Disk brake in front is great. Good vision, shake-free mirrors. Clear instrumentation. Excellent lights & indicator system.

 

 

 

 
Kymco 250 EGO (R-EA)

We added the Kymco EGO 250 to the Fleet for the growing scooter market

The EGO is a versatile scooter for commuting around town, for shopping with a large storage compartment under the seat and bag hooks under the handle bars. It also has plenty of get up and go for the open road. (top speed 140km/h)

This allows us to teach the student that only requires an automatic licence. (R-EA)

 

 

 

 
Honda CBF 250x2 (R-E)

The light and sleekly styled CBF250 perks up your days on the street with a much-needed touch of class and an easy thrill of performance.

Made to carry you straight to the fun-filled heart of the motorcycle riding experience, the CBF250's simple and sophisticated 'Back to Basics' styling offers a comfortable and friendly sight for the eyes, as well as a sharp focus on the fundamentals of riding enjoyment.

The CBF's power comes from a quick-revving DOHC 4-valve engine that starts quickly with the push of a button and pumps out an impressive surge of acceleration to maximise your riding enjoyment.

Its light and sturdy frame, responsive front fork and aluminium Monoshock swingarm deliver quick, smoothly assured handling that provides instant appeal to both new riders and old hands. And its superb fuel economy, low running costs and renowned Honda reliability keep riding enjoyment and spirits high for years on end.

 

 

 

 
Honda CB 250 (R-E)

The CB250 was first created in 1968 ,Since the very first version, model code CB250 K0, Honda has produced many CB250 models. After the release of the revolutionary Honda CB750, the popularity of the CB250 helped Honda to become one of the world’s top motorcycle producer.

This old faithful Bike has been kept in the school since introduced in 2005, as it has the lowest seat height of any motorcycle produced. This allows us to teach the vertically challenged student. (you can't kill it with a stick)

 

 

 

 
Yamaha Fazer 600x3 (R)

The Yamaha FZ6N, also known as the FZ6 FAZER is a 600 cc motorcycle that was introduced by Yamaha in 2004 as a sporting middleweight sport bike built around the 2003 YZF-R6 engine. The engine is retuned for more usable midrange power. It is a multi-purpose motorcycle can handle sport riding, touring, and commuting. This bike is a popular choice for its upright seating position, and underseat exhaust. 

 

 

 

 
Kawasaki ER5 (R)

The Kawasaki ER-5 is a naked commuter motorcycle produced in Japan by Kawasaki. The bike is powered by a liquid cooled 4-stroke DOHC 498 cc engine based on the design used in the Kawasaki GPZ500, producing around 50 bhp (37 kW). It is capable of a top speed of around 185 km/h. 

This old girl is one of the original bikes of the school introduced in 1999. This bike has stayed with us to allow the vertically challenged student to obtain their R class licence.