WK Reveals Flag-Painted 125cc Bikes in the UK

WK Tomcat 2 photos
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WK Tomcat
WK doesn’t sound too familiar, does it? Well, that’s because this is a Chinese brand, but this doesn’t mean these fellows cannot come up with cool-looking machinery. Their latest creation is Tomcat, a nifty 125cc bike which will be delivered with no less than 5 exquisite liveries.
Even though some might find it really strange to ride a Chinese-made small-displacement two-wheeler with the Scottish flag painted on it, WK has even more to offer. That is, in case the plain white-painted tank is not exactly your idea of a cool bike. WK is offering no less than 5 different flag options to go with the white background of the Tomcat.

Riders can choose the well-known Commonwealth Union Jack livery, bit English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish versions are available, too, so everybody should be happy. The idea is really awesome and the bikes look really cool. If the Tomcat behaves well on the tech side, then we might be looking at a new fashion, and maybe WK will think of more blazons for other markets.

The WK Tomcat is powered by a single-cylinder 125cc 4-stroke, air-cooled engine. It will be offered with a very cool 5-speed manual gearbox which will make it feel more like a bigger motorcycle, while the 12” wheels are great for a smooth ride even on rougher roads. The Tomcat will be equipped with a hydraulic disc brake in the front, and most likely with a drum in the rear. The flag-painted WK Tomcat is expected to reach UK dealers in late May, with a £1,199 price tag, which reads around €1,460 or $2,030.

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