Looks interesting, I remember the Ossa Pioneer model from back in the day. The pioneer was a nice enduro bike. I seem to recall it needing plug changes rather regular. It looks like it's ready for the street-don't see info on it being brought here, not sure you can tag up a 2 stroke in the US anymore (modern). OM
I dont know... 8k for a 280cc 2stroke seems to be on par with yamaha and suzuki. I have a feeling I may get hurt riding this bike with it's extreme capabilities. But I have been looking for a two stroke I can share with my fiancee and anything over a 125 usually has a seat height of 39" which I could probably handle but there is no way she could straddle that.
Well I'd prefer a 300cc four stroke - worth an extra 20 pounds or whatever IMO. But still this bike looks really awesome and is definitely on my wish list. It would be a hell of a lot of fun for a bike to just make your own trails with. Probably feels like a freakin bicycle!
This is a very beautiful bike. 165lbs!!! I recently sold my Montesa 360 H6. It was an absolute monster. It would blow away most if not all 4 strokes of 650 or less cc's. It became too much for my old carcass to handle. Some lucky fellow in Australia has it now. My point is; is that this little bike deserves a good consideration for anyone looking for this type setup. The Spaniards make a great machine when they set their minds to it, and this looks like a well thought out bike. The Spanish bikes ruled until the Japs got their production levels up to a point where they could just overwhelm the market with cheap, strong bikes. OK; I'll shut up.
Boy they sure look Sweet... At 165lb I could load it down with 100lbs of 'gizmows' and still (maybe) lift it up when I fall.. Given what I have done to the TW, I either need a crane, or ride with Mike....
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