A new name is entering the Nepal motorcycle market in 2018, Gpx Racing, originating from Thailand. Three models will be released in Nepal in the coming year, the Gentleman 200, Legend 200 and Demon 150-GN, styled as a café racer and naked mini bike, respectively.
After launching on December 26, 2016, at the Bangkok Motor Show, Thai nationality GPX decided to send one of the 4 new models LEGEND 200 motorcycle in the classic sports market. This was the 38th Bangkok motor show. It created a buzz in the online world as well. It is one of the most successful and best-selling bikes of GPX Racing in the morden classic style that is popular in Thailand.
GENTLEMAN 200 has a length of 2020 mm wide 790mm high 1060 wheelbase 1400 mm seat height 730 mmm, the motorcycle weight is 160 kg.
The power of the GENTLEMAN 200 is a 4-stoke single-Cylinder engine with a capacity of 197 ccs which is an oil cooler system capable of a top speed of 137km/hr. The 6-speed manual transmission has a compression ratio of 9:00:1.
For the shape of the GPX Racing Gentleman 2017, it stuck to the retro style Café Racer, but with a unique feel to respond to the new generation of prospective buyers. The halogen headlights are eye-catchy and different look, there is a Day Light LED forming a ring surrounding the oil tank.
Another interesting is that the GENTLEMAN 200 it was manufactured to only use 17-inch wheels on the front and back. The front edge of the tire is 110/70, while the rear is 140070. The chain is the RK brand of the 560.
In addition to making braking denser, the GPX Gentleman 2017 also features a powerful front-facing suspension. The rear has a spoiler quality of the YSS. Both the front and back wheels feature a 17-inch tire with a disc brake.