Test Rieju Tango 250

Test Rieju Tango 250
Bilski

Test Rieju Tango 250

Spanish jester

The brand in question will be ?? Riächu ?? pronounced. This is due to the Spaniards Luis Riera and Jaime Juanola, who came together in 1934 to manufacture bicycle accessories and linked their surnames to one another. 150 Rieju employees now produce around 20,000 50s and 125s a year 130 kilometers north of Barcelona ?? and recently also a 250, the top model of the Catalans.

Rieju is a typical manufacturer, so he puts a lot of supplier parts, including the engine, in its own frame. In the Tango 250, a four-stroke single produced by Loncin in China provides vehement propulsion. Excuse me, a China cracker? Gemach: Loncin is a well-known manufacturer that also makes the 650 stew for the BMW Xcountry. The pithily thundering 250-cc two-valve engine (correct: 223 cm³) has an easy job in the Tango, because on the one hand it is important to get only 114 kilograms plus the driver going. On the other hand, the five-speed gearbox is perfectly graded and can be shifted easily and precisely. The small mass, the compact dimensions and the awareness of ?? only ?? To be on the move with 16 HP gives it something toy-like. And that is exactly where the great strength of Tango lies. Its rather simple spring elements, the digitally functioning brakes (all or nothing), the very economical equipment and the sometimes casual workmanship take a back seat when you scurry around tight corners with it. It’s a wonderful toy that you don’t take seriously, but that you really like.

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