Are Rieju bikes any good?
Reliability & build quality Rieju may sound like a dodgy Chinese brand but this is a quality piece of kit, the engine is well finished, the styling bang-on and the quality of standard components high.
Where are Rieju bikes made?
They are made in Spain and are powered by Yamaha engines. In 2020, Rieju purchased the rights to Gas Gas’s off-road motorcycle models.
What does a Beta 300 RR weigh?
With a claimed curb weight of 243 pounds with the 2.55-gallon fuel tank full, the 2020 model is the lightest Beta 300 RR ever produced. It feels light throwing it onto the stand. Visually, it looks light with all of the open see-through spaces around the frame and engine.
Who bought GasGas?
KTM AG (soon to be renamed to Pierer Mobility AG) has expanded its umbrella to now include GasGas Motorcycles. Black Toro Capital, the company that owns the Spanish-based Torrot-GasGas manufacturer, entered into a business alliance with KTM, which has acquired a 60% stake in GasGas.
What company owns Rieju?
Partially because of the parent company, MotoMondo BV in The Netherlands, which is the distributor for Rieju, Mash, Royal Enfield and Hyosung for the BeNeLux (The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg), but also very much because of the UK team that has combined of 50 years of experience in the UK Motorcycle Market.
What is a rieju motorcycle?
For Everyday Adventure. Celebrating over 75 years, Rieju is Spain’s oldest active motorcycle manufacturer, recently acquiring the multi award-winning former GasGas Enduro platform have set about improving and growing an already incredible Enduro range.
Are Beta motorcycles fuel injected?
Both the Beta and Husqvarna are oil injected, so no more mixing oil with fuel.
Is the Rieju RS1 still a good bike?
Now superceceded by the roomier, higher spec RS2 (which came out in 2006) but the the Rieju RS1 is still near-as-dammit the closest thing to a GP bike a 16-er can get. Steering and brakes are razor sharp, yet comfort, for short hops at least, is surprisingly decent, too.
How manybhp does a Rieju RS3 50 have?
Both throttle hand and clutch fingers need to be perfectly in sync to get away without bogging down. With the full 8.2bhp to play with (legally they must be restricted to 2bhp and 30mph for 16-year-olds) I managed to see an almost supersonic 67mph on the dash.
Is the Rieju 50cc learner bike a good bike?
That’s just about the best praise you can get on a 50cc learner bike. The upside down Showa forksdo a good job of keeping everything under control, despite the fact the light weight of the bike means it has a tendency to crash over bumps at times. When it comes to cornering it’s simply a case of ‘look where you want to go’, the Rieju is that light.
What does the dash do on a Rieju?
The RS£ is pretty basic when it comes to equipment. The dash tells you your speed and revs and little else. Most importantly for a 16-year-old, it has a max speed function, which records your maximum speed so you can brag to all your mates.