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The Blata Motard 125 features Marzocchi upside-down forks, a Sachs rear shock and AJP radial brakes
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Czech out these new 125cc motorcycles from Blata

By James Keen -

New bikes

 13 August 2009 17:14

Czech Mini-moto maker Blata has released two full-sized and road legal 125cc motorcycles through British importer SLDUK.

The Blata Motard 125 is a supermoto-style motorcycle with Marzocchi upside-down forks, a Sachs rear shock and AJP radial brakes. It costs £2,800 on the road.

The Enduro 125 is a trails version of the same bike and costs £100 more. For that you get larger wheels and off-road tyres.  

Both models are powered by a 4-stroke air-cooled 125cc single making a claimed 13.6bhp. As standard they come fitted with braided brake hoses, quick-release pannier holders and a detachable number plate hanger.

For more information visit www.blata.co.uk

THE FACTS
Blata Motard 125 - £2,800 OTR / Blata Enduro 125 - £2,900 OTR
Engine: 4-stroke, air-cooled 125cc single cylinder, 6 gears, chain drive.
Power: 13.6bhp (claimed)
Torque: 10.6Nm (7.8 ft.lb)
Chassis: welded steel tubular frame
Suspension: 40mm Marzocchi forks and Sachs rear shock
Wheelbase: 1345/1365
Claimed weight: 118kg/122kg
Brakes: 280mm disc with radial four piston calipers. Rear: 220mm disc.
Fuel capacity: 10.5litres