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Crossfire 500 X By Brixton Motorcycles

Like Herland and Bullit, Brixton Motorcycles is a little producer that got its beginning by selling rebadged, gussied-up Chinese-made bicycles to the UK advertise. This year Brixton will break liberated from that shape to convey its own one of a kind models that have been planned in house, the most recent of which is the new Crossfire 500 X.

Pressing the biggest powertrain of any Brixton model yet, the Crossfire 500 X is kicked along by a fluid cooled, fuel-infused 486cc, DOHC inline-twin that produces 47hp. The bicycle highlights Bosch ABS-connected J. Juan brakes, movable KYB suspension, Pirelli tires, advanced instrumentation, and LED pointers and DRL-prepared headlights, alongside a large group of highlights obviously got from the custom bike scene, for example, cone-propelled treated steel depletes, punched-out radiator (and fumes) covers, cowhide wrapped low profile tail, vented side-covers, and the particular Brixton “X” tank. Isolating the X from the base model is the X-specs scrambler-enlivened tail and seat, more extensive handlebars, and a customary tag holder, supplanting the base model’s wraparound unit. What makes this Bavarian-structured model even more noteworthy is its uncontrollably open value point. Accessible presently in select markets, evaluating for the Brixton Crossfire 500 X has been set at $7,450.

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