Displacement 600cc Engine Bore x stroke – 100 x 76.5 mm Engine Type Single cylinder, Four-stroke Power 55 bhp Torque 58 Nm @ 5,500 RPM Compression 12.0:1 Bore x Stroke 111 x 6.5 mm (4.4 x 3 inches) Oil Capacity 1.8 Litres Fuel System Injection: Mikuni D45 Cooling System Liquid Gearbox 6 Speed Final Drive Chain Clutch Multiple-disc, wet, Hydraulic control Average Fuel Consumption 56 mpg (7 1/100 km) Tank Nylon Composite – Painted Finish Service Intervals 3,500 miles (5,600 km)
Frame Type High strength steel, Hand Tig welded Rake (Fork Angle) 26° Trail 118 mm Front Suspension 120 mm wheel travel. Adjustable Read Suspension 120 mm wheel travel. Adjustable Front Brake 320 mm Disc Rear Brake 240 mm Disc
Dry Weight 135 kg Power / weight ratio 0.41 HP / kg Seat Height 830mm Sample suspension 1,100 mm Overall Length 2,117 mm Wheelbase 1,423 mm Fuel Capacity 14 litres
Wheels Lightweight, high strength rim c/w billet hub, high strength spokes Front Tyre 19″ Dual sport Heidenau K60 Scout Read Tyre 17″ Dual sport Heidenau K60 Scout Seat DUal seat – full leather Handlebars Raised heavy duty wide bars Ground Clearance 280 mm Features Raised handlebars, dual upswept exhausts, full LED lights, keyless ignition
Starting From £9724.00
Back in the 70’s, racetracks echoed to the sound of rolling thunder when CCM took on the mighty teams and won. The new Spitfire Scrambler takes its styling cues from those glory days when the young Alan Clews would commute during the week on his bike then take it racing at the weekend.
With the classic scrambler riding position, rugged dual sport tyres, extra ground clearance and unswept pipes, this version of the Spitfire will look very much at home off-road or cruising down Kings Road.