This is Sinnis’s new Trackstar 125, the Chinese manufacturer’s first stab at “trendy, retro” bikes.
Designed in cooperation with its UK importer to compete with the likes of Suzuki’s VanVan and Yamaha’s TW125, the Trackstar is powered by an air-cooled, four-stroke single good for a claimed 75mph and 100mpg.
There’s a tubular steel twin shock frame with conventional telescopic forks up front, a single ‘wavy’ disc and 18/16-in wire wheels.
“We’ve built the Trackstar for a trendy learner or a regular rider who wants something for the city”, says Anthony Jackson of Sinnis UK.
It’ll be available from late May priced £1549.
For more information visit: www.sinnis.co.uk