Article By Ministry of Bikes
Posted on 07 Nov 2016
Motorcycle brand Verve’s new 2017 range
Tracker 125i (Above)
Just like most other motorcycle brands, Verve will be releasing their new 2017 range at EICMA.
The manufacturer is set to debut four new bikes, two of which are extremely similar.
The Tracker 125i and the Hero 125i will be on display this week at EICMA, and although they are comparable, each bike was designed to attract a very different audience.
Hero 125i (Above)
Head of Marketing at Verve, Andrea Goris has stated that: “We are trying to appeal to both the son who wants to ride a motorcycle and his father who appreciates retro styling”. So instead of making different bikes, the motorcycle brand chose to change the colour and styling and utilised the same bike.
The new bike features a single cylinder 4-stroke air cooled engine, a five speed gearbox, long swing arm and upside down fork. Hopefully we should receive some more specifications this week.
Another bike set for release from Verve is the Classic S 125i which is a brand new version of the 250 Gamma. The motorcycle will feature similar parts to the Tracker 125i and Hero 125i, however, will carry a style closer to the look of a café racer. The new bike will be available in red, gold and green.
Classic S 125i (Above)