Being 1.977 mm long and 795 mm wide, the 2013 Derbi GPR 125 is a pretty compact sport motorcycle. However despite its compact dimensions the 2013 Derbi GPR 125 is a pretty lively and agile motorcycle.
At its heart lies a 125 cc, 4 stroke, 4 valve, single cylinder, Euro 3 engine with double overhead camshaft. Fire up the engine and you’ll be rewarded with a maximum power of 15 ponies hp available at 9250 rpm. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is fed by a 14 liters fuel tank.
Other features worthy of being mentioned include an aluminium chassis, inverted front forks, a keel-integrated exhaust and front and rear disc brakes (300 mm front and 218 mm rear).
The 2013 Derbi GPR 125 is offered with a starting price of £ 3,599.
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The Derbi Senda DRD X-Treme 50R is a fun motorcycle especially created to run over the dirty tracks with poise. It is built on a rigid yet light single spar steel frame carefully forged to help you feel like being “one” with the bike.
To help you deal with tough terrains without any problems the company’s engineers fitted their Derbi Senda DRD X-Treme 50R with a set of long travel suspensions. Therefore, up front you get a 37 mm conventional fork (180 mm wheel travel) and a rear steel swingarm paired with a hydraulic monoshock (182 mm wheel travel).
At the heart of the motorcycle lies a single cylinder 2 stroke, 49.9cc liquid cooled unit that sends its power to the ground through a six speed transmission.
The Derbi Senda DRD X-Treme 50R is offered with a starting price of £2.149.
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We usually don’t like rumors, but when we heard that Derbi has most likely built an all electric race version of their GPR 125, we dug more into the subject and came to find that the so-called rumor is actually supported by a video posted on Youtube by Sevcon, a UK based manufacturer of electrical equipment. According to the source of the video, this is Derbi’s all-new electric bike which uses a controller supplied by Sevcon.
Seen in the mysterious video is the full bike called the Derbi GPR EV being unveiled and tested at Parc Motor De Castelloli in Barcelona, Spain. To us, this looks like the latest open class TTXGP competitor, but there’s no official word about it yet, so we’re only left with seeing the bike in action until new information. The video is attached after the break.