Herald Brute Concept naked bike single cylinder

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Herald Brute Concept naked bike single cylinder
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Herald Brute Concept naked bike single cylinder

Herald Brute Concept
Minimalist British single

The small British motorcycle manufacturer Herald has presented the Herald Brute Concept. The naked bike relies on a 449 cm³ single cylinder.

Uli Baumann,

Uli Baumann


Herald Motorcycles from Cambridgeshire earns its living mainly with the import and distribution of small-volume motorcycles from Chinese production. With the Brute Concept, the British dare to build their first own bike. The Brute Concept was presented at a motorcycle fair in Birmingham.

Minimalist tracker style

The street tracker style model is visually minimalist with its short rear end, high tubular handlebars and round LED headlights. In the self-designed tubular steel frame with screwed-on rear frame sits a 449 cm³, liquid-cooled single cylinder from an unnamed Asian manufacturer.

Herald Brute Concept naked bike single cylinder

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High tubular handlebar and round LED headlights on the brute.

It has almost 43 hp and is shifted via a six-speed gearbox. The aluminum swing arm is supported by a central spring strut and a deflection on the frame. A fully adjustable upside-down fork was installed at the front. Both spring elements come from Racetek.

The wire-spoke wheels are fitted with street tires. On the front wheel, a wave washer in combination with a radially screwed Racetek four-piston caliper decelerates. The stainless steel exhaust ends on the right side low next to the rear wheel. The cockpit relies on a digital instrument from Koso.

Information on a possible small series production or a price was not given.

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