Chinese Firm Feely revealed a new 450 cc motorcycle, which will be launched sometime later in the year. And no! It will not be coming to India.
Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer Feely recently took the wraps off its newest 450 cc bike. Now, so far, we know that the bike is called Feely 450 at present. Well, not the most creative of names but the bike sure looks good in pictures. The supersport design along with the red and white colour scheme makes for decent looking bike. The front end reminds you ever so slightly of the Kawasaki Ninja H2, but we are not complaining. As the name suggests, the Feely 450 gets a 450 cc water-cooled twin cylinder engine which makes about 36 bhp and 35.25 Nm of peak torque. The engine will be mated to a 6-speed transmission.
The engine for the Feely 450 has been built by Zongshen, which is one of the better known Chinese automotive brands. More details will be revealed about the bike in the coming days but we can say that it has LED lights along with lettering on the side which says ‘Never Stop’. The bike gets a rather old-school looking instrument cluster which has a circular tachometer with a small digital display for the speedometer and the odometer. On the left of the tachometer are the tell-tale lights which indicate the gear with digits from 1 to 6. Rather amusing we think.
Now, from what we hear, Feely is also warming up to showcase a few more motorcycles in the coming months. Some of them include a 417 cc twin-cylinder adventure bike and a naked motorcycle which could be mistaken for the Honda CB300R. Plus, the company is also working on a 320 cc adventure bike as well.