2013 Gilera Runner 50

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The 2013 Gilera Runner 50 is a compact scooter that was built with practicality and efficiency in mind. It features a pretty sporty style and a comfortable riding position that is perfectly suited for riding through the city. The scooter also features a lightweight rigid chassis which helps you handle it with precession.

At its heart sits a Euro 2, 50 cc, two stroke engine which cranks out a maximum power of 4.5 HP at 7250 rpm and 4.7 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. The engine is combined with a Variable Automatic CVT transmission with torque server.

Other features include, front and rear disc brakes, a double cradle steel frame and a 7 liter fuel tank.

The Gilera Runner 50 is offered with a choice of two colors (white and black) and has a base price of £2,271.

Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Gilera Runner 50.


Irresistible sporty styling and winning racing colours set the Gilera Runner 50 apart from its rivals in the 50cc market. The Gilera Runner 50 really lives up to its sporty image with superb acceleration and durability to impress the most serious scooter user.

• Colour options: Black Soul, White Soul
• Exceptional handling thanks to a lightweight rigid chassis.
• Underseat helmet storage.
• Zippy 50cc 2-stroke engine.
• Low slung fuel tank for improved mass centralisation


EngineSingle cylinder Hi-PER2 catalysed, 2-stoke
Bore x Stroke40 mm x 39.3 mm
Power4.5 HP at 7250 rpm
Torque4.7Nm at 6000 rpm
Fuel SystemCarburettor
LubricationAutomatic mixer
StarterElectric with automatic choke and kick starter
TransmissionVariable Automatic CVT with torque server
ClutchAutomatic centrifugal dry
FrameA double cradle steel, with pressed steel reinforcements
Front SuspensionHydraulic telescopic fork Ø 35 mm
Rear SuspensionSingle hydraulic shock absorber
Front BrakeØ 240 mm disc
Rear BrakeØ 175 mm disc
Front TyreTubeless 120x70-14”
Rear TyreTubeless 140x60-13”
Length x Width1840 mm x 750 mm
Wheelbase x SeatHeight 1270 mm x 810 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity7 litres (with a 1.7 litre reserve
EmissionsEuro 2

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