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Multiuso, Borile's Cheapest Motorcyle

Italian manufacturer Borile announces their latest addition to the bike family, a multi-purpose vehicle simply baptized Multiuso.
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The Multiuso is a rather small bike powered by a 250cc 4-stroke air-cooled engine, and looks like it has been designed to cover for pretty much anything, except speed racing. The ground clearance and knobby tires make us think it will do simply great as a trail bike and will provide solid fun on wood paths and even on dirt tracks.

Thanks to the 7020 aluminium alloy frame, the Borile Multiuso weighs only 85 kg (187 lbs) and of the engine is on the torquey side, this bike could be extremely easy to handle and could literally go anywhere, serving as a most valuable utility motorcycle, in the urban jungle or in the forest an over the hills.

You get an electric starter and a kickstart lever, and a 5-speed gearbox linked to a wet multiplate clucth. The 2013 Borile Multiuso will be available for an European base price of €4,700 ($5,990), with unknown prospects for the US market at the time of writing.

 
 
 
 
 

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