Displacement 449.50cc Engine Type Single cylinder, four-stroke Power 40.23 bhp Torque 42.80 nm @ 6500 RPM Compression 12.0:1 Bore x Stroke 98.0 x 59.6 mm (3.9 x 2.3 inches) Fuel System Injection. Electronic intake pipe / keihin digital engine with overrun fuel cut-off Cooling System Liquid Gearbox 5 Speed Final Drive Chain Clutch Multiple-disc, wet, cable operated Average Fuel Consumption 52.27 mpg (4.5l/100 km) Service Intervals 5000 miles (8000 km)
Frame Type 6061 T6 forged Aluminium , machined finish, lightweight bonded Rake (Fork Angle) 26.75º Trail 108 mm Front Suspension 165 mm wheel travel. Marzocchi 45mm Dia Upside Down forks, Rebound & compression adjustments Rear Suspension 165 mm wheel travel. Cast Aluminium swingarm & polymer linkage system, Tractive shock absorber with Pre load ,damping & compression adjustment Front Brake 320 mm Disc Rear Brake 240 mm Disc
Dry Weight 125.5kg Power / Weight Radio 0.32 HP / kg Seat Height Standard bike 890mm (950mm with optional tall seat) Low bike 790mm (850mm with optional tall seat) Overall Height 1,475 mm Overall Length 2,170 mm Wheelbase 1,510 mm Fuel Capacity 20 litres
Front Wheel/Tyre 21” 90/90-21 Dualsport Tyre Rear Wheel/Tyre 18” 120/90-18 Dualsport Tyre Seat Long distance off-road seat with pillion capability Handlebars Renthal heavy duty Fat Bars Ground Clearance 360mm Features Enduro bike, off-road capability, 20l fuel tank, 13 piece bond-lite chassis, top-shelf bespoke Billet components, 30+ accessories to customise your GP450
The super lightweight GP450 Adventure rolled of the production line in November 2014 and, since that time, this unique adventure machine has taken numerous intrepid adventurers on their exploits around the globe.
Weighing in at just 125kg and underpinned by the finest components, the bike is bestowed with fantastic poise and balance, allowing all levels of rider to access the most forbidding terrain. Along with hardy adventure types, these same qualities have found favour with a growing band of female and more mature owners, the bike enabling them to continue riding into retirement and beyond.
The GP450 proved to the world that you don’t need a huge capacity, complex motorcycle to go on a global adventure.
The GP450 has now completed it’s production run, and all new bikes have been allocated and delivered to their owners.