Bullit Motorcycles based in Belgium build their motorcycles in China. The Bullit portfolio consists of 10 motorcycles which are upward 50cc to 250cc.
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- 2 50cc models which have 1 Heritage 50 model and 1 Hero 50 model.
- 5 125cc models in all 1 Heritage, 1 Hunt S, 1 Spirit, 1 Hero 125 and Bluroc 125.
- 3 250cc models and they are 1 Hero 250, 1 V- Bob 250 and 1 Bluroc 250 V2.
Now Bullit has built a Hero 250cc Scrambler, and it comes with 250cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, twin-cam, 4 valves and 4 stroke motor and it calibrates to 26.5hp.
The entire 250cc setup is integrated with a 6-speed transmission.
The current variant is Euro4. However, Bullit soon plans to add the Euro5 variant. The suspension duties come with the upside-down suspension at the front while the opposite end comes with fastec swingarm spring oil damper.
The brakes are single-disc brake unit at both front and rear with ABS. The round analogue dash is responsible for displaying important data like the km/h, fuel indicator, gear indicator, high beam indicator, oil level indicator and more.
The round LED headlight and the small round rear light with the number plate complement the entire design. Moreover, there is only a front fender present.
Unlike the other Scramblers, the funnel-shaped round exhaust is positioned near the rear pillion rider seat. The 15liter fuel tank essentially comes for long rides. What more the stitched leather seat goes very well with the aesthetics.
The golden rims on both the wheels look excellent with the front wheel having 4.10 – 18 and rear-wheel having 4.60 – 17 dimensions.
The Bullit Hero 250 comes in three paint schemes, Gold black, Titanium and White racing.
The entire package weighs 148 kgs and in Europe comes with a price tag of € 4,199 and is available from December.