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Italjet Cafe Racer

Italjet is a small Italian brand I honestly only knew from their “Dragster“: an out of the box designscooter from the late 90’s. Not only the looks and the use of a “space frame” where out of the box, but also the RADD forkless suspension. Before the dragster they produced small amounts of (small) motorcycles and scooters since the start of the company in 1959. Nevertheless Italjets where never a big sales success, but they seem to leverage their “heritage” with a tagline “dreambikes since 1959”.

A few months ago they release some info about a whole other concept, clearly inspired by cafe racers and scramblers. Built around a small sized 250cc V-twin engine, which is pretty rare. Photo’s where already spread, but now we also have some more specifications about the Italjet Cafe Racer and Italjet Scrambler:

Some specifications:

  • Engine: 250cc 4T V2 Cooling:
  • Air Cooled Bore & Stroke: 49*66 mm
  • Compression Ratio: 10:1
  • Max Power: 13KW/8000RPM
  • Front brake: Disc
  • Rear Brake: Disc
  • Front Tire: 120/90/17
  • Rear Tire 130/80/17
  • Battery 12V/8A Net
  • Weight: 128.5 kg
  • Ignition: CDI
  • Transmission: 5 speed
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Starting system: Electric
  • Suspension Front: Telescopic
  • Suspension Rear: Hyraulic

Maybe it’s a trend amongst scooter-makers: a couple of days ago Kymco came up with a likewise concept with their Kymco 300 CR Cafe Racer.

Some optical changes on the Scrambler:

Italjet Scrambler

The Italjet Cafe Racer:

Italjet Cafe Racer 2

By Published On: July 18, 2016Categories: Cafe Racer0 Comments on Italjet Cafe Racer & Scrambler1.3 min readViews: 837

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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Italjet Cafe Racer

Italjet is a small Italian brand I honestly only knew from their “Dragster“: an out of the box designscooter from the late 90’s. Not only the looks and the use of a “space frame” where out of the box, but also the RADD forkless suspension. Before the dragster they produced small amounts of (small) motorcycles and scooters since the start of the company in 1959. Nevertheless Italjets where never a big sales success, but they seem to leverage their “heritage” with a tagline “dreambikes since 1959”.

A few months ago they release some info about a whole other concept, clearly inspired by cafe racers and scramblers. Built around a small sized 250cc V-twin engine, which is pretty rare. Photo’s where already spread, but now we also have some more specifications about the Italjet Cafe Racer and Italjet Scrambler:

Some specifications:

  • Engine: 250cc 4T V2 Cooling:
  • Air Cooled Bore & Stroke: 49*66 mm
  • Compression Ratio: 10:1
  • Max Power: 13KW/8000RPM
  • Front brake: Disc
  • Rear Brake: Disc
  • Front Tire: 120/90/17
  • Rear Tire 130/80/17
  • Battery 12V/8A Net
  • Weight: 128.5 kg
  • Ignition: CDI
  • Transmission: 5 speed
  • Final Drive: Chain
  • Starting system: Electric
  • Suspension Front: Telescopic
  • Suspension Rear: Hyraulic

Maybe it’s a trend amongst scooter-makers: a couple of days ago Kymco came up with a likewise concept with their Kymco 300 CR Cafe Racer.

Some optical changes on the Scrambler:

Italjet Scrambler

The Italjet Cafe Racer:

Italjet Cafe Racer 2

By Published On: July 18, 2016Categories: Cafe Racer0 Comments on Italjet Cafe Racer & Scrambler1.3 min readViews: 837

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About the Author: Ron Betist

Ron Betist grew up with motorcycles with a father heading the Amsterdam motorcycle police force. He has been riding (legally) for over 40 years and motorcycles are his true passion. With a life-long career in marketing and sales he has a huge international network. He joined as a contributor at BikeBrewers in 2017 to spread his word about bikes with the rest of the world.

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