We loved the Fantic Caballero 250 Scrambler when we rode it and now they’ve unveiled an even more capable off-road version dubbed the ‘Rally’.
Featuring longer travel (200mm) USD forks, which are fully adjustable, as well as a new aluminium swingarm, off-road handlebars, high mudguards and adventure tyres, the Rally could be a lightweight, low-tech alternative to Triumph’s new 1200s.
There are no prices yet but Fantic say it will be in dealers by spring next year.
Fantic also unveiled the Caballero E-Cab – a new electric concept.
The E-Cab maintains the existing Caballero silhouette but it’s got a brand new chassis, which houses the 11kW motor and 7.5 kWh battery. This means the E-Cab has a top speed of 70mph and a range up to 90 miles, while remaining A1 licence compliant.
To keep it accessible for younger riders, who they predict could buy this bike, they’ve made an extra effort to keep the weight down bringing it in at 147kg ready to ride.