10 New Motorcycles Going on Sale in 2020 (Rundown of 125cc-500cc Models)

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It’s all fun and games to learn about new motorcycles regardless of their class and engine size, but in reality the practicality of such info is quite low. After all, what is the purpose of learning about ten new superbikes if your own license or skill level restrict you to smaller displacement. That is why today we are starting a new series about new motorbikes within a certain displacement range and will feature those models of 2020 that fall below 500cc. These machines are ideal for beginners and experienced riders alike across multiple tasks.

If you like motorbike news, here are some of previous #AutomotiveTerritory videos that may be useful for you:

Most affordable superbikes available in 2020:

Upcoming bobber motorcycles that you have to see:

List of all models that made it to this release of #ATmotorcycles series:

Herald Brat 125:

Herald Brat 125 is the British company’s first in-house model under 500cc and second overall. It is built around a single cylinder 4-stoke engine, and is aimed at new riders and learners, who hold UK A1 license.

Bullit Hero 125:

Bullit Hero 125 is one of the longest-selling bikes from the Belgian Bullit, that has been on the market since 2016.

Yamaha WR250F:

2020 Yamaha WR250F is the quickest and the strongest WR250F ever built, and it is based on the previous year’s YZ250F motocross machine with some substantial upgrades and technical developments.

Bullit Bluroc:

Bullit Bluroc is the youngest motorcycle in Bullit’s range, that is also receiving a new 250cc version starting from 2020. The latter is the largest displacement and the first multi-cylinder bike from the brand, getting a 16-horsepower V-twin engine from the Chinese Lifang.

Mutt Razorback 125: and Mutt Mastiff 125: and Mutt GT-SS 125

Mutt Motorcycles has followed the same creed for 15 years now: deliver to the world bikes that are easy to ride and maintain, affordable to buy and run, but at the same time do not compromise the feel and sound of the classic machines.

Yamaha MT-125:

With the updated MT-125, Yamaha strives to bring more thrilling performance and adrenaline to the 125cc class. Entering its second generation, the brand’s entry-level naked gets a new look, updated features and a Euro5 compliant engine.

Benelli 302R:

Despite being entirely designed and manufactured in China, Benelli is not ready to give up its ties with the European market and exclusively manufactures EU A1 and A2 license compliant bikes. The 302R is a fully faired sports bike that expands the 300 cc line.

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-25R:

Developed specifically for the Asian market, the 2021 Kawasaki ZX-25R supersport is a quite unique motorcycle, since it is the only model in its class powered by a 4-cyllinder engine.

KTM 390 Adventure:

Capitalizing on the success of the larger displacement 790 Adventure, KTM decided to expand the 390 range to this segment as well. The all-new 2020 KTM 390 Adventure is advertised a road-focused travel capable model with solid dirt and off-road potential.

KTM SX Range 125-450cc:

KTM have never been humble about their plentiful Motocross and Supercross victories and claim to bring the most technically advanced pool of READY TO RACE machinery of today. The KTM 125 SX, 150 SX, 250 SX-F, 350 SX-F and 450 SX-F all get improved in 2021.

Honda Rebel:

Honda Rebel went on sale as a 2017 model, and this year, it enjoys a few cosmetic upgrades, that bring it one step closer to perfection.
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