Gaokin, the parent company of Brixton, has announced the GK1000 Thor, a high-displacement cruiser for the Chinese market. The model could also make it to the European market as a Brixton.
The GK1000 Thor is powered by a 997cc V-twin. 88.5 hp at 7,200 rpm is specified as maximum output. 95 Nm are available at 6,000 rpm. The cylinders have an arrangement of 80 degrees.
Braking is by J.Juan radial calipers and Bosch ABS. In addition, there should be several driving modes and cruise control. With the damping components one helped oneself with KYB. Whether the upside-down fork will be adjustable is currently still unclear. The rear shock is adjustable in preload and rebound. The display can be coupled with the smartphone. The headlight switches on automatically in the dark.
The fat tires are particularly striking, with 130/70 18-inch tires at the front and 240/40 18-inch tires at the rear. The wheelbase is 1,665 mm, the overall length 2,380 mm and the seat height 680 mm. Dry, the Thor weighs 252 kg, the tank holds 20.5 liters.
Since the motorcycle is developed together with KSR Austria, it is reasonable to assume that the machine will also be released in Europe under the branding Brixton.
- Amazon Prime Video (Video on Demand)
- Audience Rating: Freigegeben ohne Altersbeschränkung
Letzte Aktualisierung am 2022-03-14 / *Affiliate Links / Bilder von der Amazon Product Advertising API