Bullit Motorcycles’ Hero 125 Is A Sleek & Agile City-Going Scrambler

Oct 14, 2019

Category: Rides

Bullit Motorcycles is well-known for its unique two-wheeled platforms, pairing modern capabilities with a handful of traits from the medium’s nostalgic past. The Hero 125, for example, is a lightweight, minimalist commuter that stays true to the company’s heritage outlook, providing capable power, well-built parts, and a great-looking silhouette at an affordable price.

Bullit’s well-rounded cycle is powered by a 125cc, four-stroke air-cooled engine, giving it around 11.5-horsepower, and reinforcing its use as a quick, cost-efficient commuter. Like many of the company’s projects, it’s filled to the brim with dependable components, including a set of USD front forks, 210mm single-disc rear brakes, and a pair of knobby Kingstone tires to keep the bike agile on and off the roadway. The most interesting part of the bike, however, is its look; a mixture between the iconic scramblers of old, and a newly-manufactured showpiece that boasts sleek linework, a lightweight aluminum frame, and two handsome colorways. Better yet, each bike comes in at just under $3,315, making this all-encompassing platform a perfect proposition for beginners, enthusiasts, or veteran riders who want a quick, no-frills machine to ride around town.

Purchase: $3,315

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