Brutale 200cc motorcycle.
Being a naked fan myself, Im impressed. Nice big tank, 17" rims, inverted front forks, dual front disc brakes, rear disc brakes, monoshox, nice gauge panel, LED gear and gas indicator, stainless muffler, modern look head and tail lights.
Time to test drive. Started the engine, it has this unique hum every time it revs up, it sounded like a 250cc vtwin engine (maybe im exaggerating). One safety feature with this bike is you cant start it when the side stand is down, Nice?!. I have ridden 250cc upto 600cc naked bikes, the riding position is like your on a sport touring bike, I stand 6' tall and weight more than 220lbs, its not an upright position but not too forwarded but I find the seat height low for me (sa laki ko ba naman eh, duh?!). Put it in to 1st gear went around 10th ave caloocan throttled it up from 1st to 3rd gear it has a good engine response comparing it to my dads driver motorcycle (barako 175cc) it runs almost the same, braking power was excellent considering my height and weight. To effectively maneuver/bank this bike you would really need to use your body.
Things I think that needs improvment it should have a bigger headlight, an engine cover to compensate the big body (like the ones on the Z2s) and a sportier end can.
Overall the bike looks and runs excellent for its class.
Motard 200cc motorcycle.
I rarely ride a dirt bike only when my cousin lend his Honda XR200 for a few spins. I also like motard bikes but havnt had a chance to own one (this might be it, hehehe). I dont know much about the technical aspects of motards but it has a front disc brake, rear drum brake, monoshox (adjustable). The motard and brutale shares the same engine so it ran the same except that the gear ratio is higher than the brutale. Comparing it to the XR, the motard is lighter to handle than the XR, on straights or pave roads its close but I can be wrong havnt tested both on top ends, but I think the true test is on the trails or dirt, that’s to follow . For me this is an excellent bike for riders like me that likes motards but not into the sport.
Aragon 125cc scooter.
It has a 125cc GY6 engine, monoshox, front disc brake, 12" rims, maxxis tires. I started my riding hobby with a scooter sinski bigboy 150cc. They just activated 1 unit for us to test. Comparing it to my scoot when I first bought it the aragon runs and accelerate smoothly (walang dapa) with no hesitations considering my height and weight, no vibration, no dragging, it is at par with my taiwan scoots dinkLX and joyride but dont quote me on this there is still no replacement for displacement. It has a sportier riding position a high seating and handle position. It has a wide floorboard and a big Ubox, forgot to test if my helmet would fit.
Just sharing my initial reviews as an average rider, commuter and weekend warrior. The true test and reviews will be from the owners of these great motorcycles. Just visit the units at SINSKI caloocan, 10th ave.