Ohvale, the Italian mini GP Motorcycle maker, will bring its upgraded version of GP-0 which is GP-2 in January 2021.
The new model will carry the legacy of the GP-0. Compared to GP-02 in terms of the setup, the GP-0 is far different.
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The GP-0 stays with the Daytona 190cc four-speed racing technicalities.
So what changes?
For GP-02, the length of swingarm and frame comes extended. The extension of the frame and to manage the centre of mass the engine gets a new position.
The brakes are the outcome of a collaboration between J Juan and Ohvale. With the updated lever the front gets the 220mm 4 piston radial calliper brakes with an updated lever. The wheels are 12 inches.
Apart from these changes, we could also see the 38mm bearings support steering multi-adjustable stem. The bike weighs 71 kgs.
Each motorcycle will cost 6300 euros (USD 7718).