Reiju has unveiled the new enduro range which is between 200 to 300cc. Although there is a change in the displacement, we don’t see any difference when it comes to standard and equipment and the chassis.
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Brakes are 220mm discs at the rear and 260mm on the opposite end. As for the suspension goes we see 121mm Kayaba single absorber at the back with 270mm travel. At the same time, the front gets 46mm Kayaba with 270mm travel.
The perfect formula for those who want a light enduro and to enjoy off-road riding without sacrificing comfort and usability.
With a lower seat height (925mm compared to 970mm), a more manageable engine, and a much softer suspension setting compared to the other MR 300 series.
All this, together with its incredible launch price € 6,999, makes it the best option on the market to enjoy your moments of adventure and freedom that we all need.