CCM has revealed its new Cruiser, with a traditional aesthetic typical of the model mixed with a two-up configuration and aspect luggage.
The CCM cruiser will change into obtainable in 2023, and seemingly powered by a 600cc single-cylinder which has change into considerably iconic of the model.
Due to this fact, we would anticipate someplace between 50 and 60 horsepower, and torque within the vary of 60Nm, whereas the casings are shrouded in carbon.
As for the chassis, Motociclismo experiences that the suspension is provided by Marzocchi, with an upside-down entrance fork and a single rear shock absorber additionally discovered on the CCM Tracker.
The body itself is a metal trellis, with the underside of the body positioned between the twin exhausts which exit low and end slightly below the aspect luggage. The bike’s twin objective tyres verify it’s designed to be snug off-road in addition to on it; whereas the wire-spoke wheels maintain that traditional look befitting of each CCM and the cruiser fashion.
The brakes are provided by J.Juan, who additionally present the stopping energy for the aforementioned Tracker.
Ergonomically, the bike helps a reasonably upright using place from its 760mm seat top. That place can also be supported by a excessive, large handlebar.
Lighting is performed by way of an LED headlamp, which ought to guarantee sturdy visibility when using in low-light circumstances.
Availability just isn’t but confirmed by CCM, though the Cruiser ought to be anticipated in 2023, and media experiences have the value estimated at round £12,000.