Have you ever heard about Herald Motorcycles? If it is No, then let me take this opportunity to introduce a special brand from the UK. The Herald Motor Co is a motorcycle manufacturing and import unit based in Cambridgeshire of Northern England. It is rather a small bike making company significantly known for 125-250cc motorcycles. Their portfolio consists of cafe racer, scrambler, modern classic bikes and bobber.
All the models of Herald target A2 license holders in the Europe. Interestingly, from the past few years, the brand has grown from a small company to a more vibrant brand with some stylish 125cc and 250cc models. One of the advantages of Herald motorcycle is that it is easily affordable to everyone. Moreover, the engine is subtle and tamed, so that everyone can easily jump over this machine and take for a fun ride.
The portfolio of Herald starts from their best selling model called Classic 125. It was launched in 2012 featuring much reliable Suzuki derived 125cc, single cylinder engine delivering 10.7 bhp recommended for A1 license holders. Classic 125 is a retro-inspired modern motorcycle with spoked wheels, rear drum brakes and teardrop shaped 12L petrol tank. The bike has a peak torque of 8.5 Nm which uses a 5-speed manual gearbox for seamless power transfer. Top speed of this 125cc is over 110 kmph.
Terra Rambler 250
Terra Rambler 250 is a highly versatile motorcycle or also can be called as a scrambler, which is based on the Classic 250 model. It is powered by 249cc, single cylinder engine delivering 21 bhp of top power and 19.5 Nm of peak torque which is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. Moreover, it has a top speed of 128 kmph. The bike weighs 130kg and it could be the lightest and most affordable scrambler in the European market.
Another interesting product from the Herald family is the gorgeous looking Phantom 250. This elusive machine features distinctive bobber styled looks which is surely an eye-ball grabbing element. However, Herald produces this model as limited edition units, available in Matte Black option. The 250cc, single cylinder engine delivers a maximum power of 18.1 bhp and peak torque of 19.5 Nm mated with a 5-speed gearbox.
Cafe Racer 250 Custom is a modern classic with a custom finish. This new age motorcycle features all the essence of classic bikes from the past. It combines the practicality of a user with an eye-catching design and styling. This Cafe Racer is powered by 249cc, single cylinder delivering a maximum power of 21 bhp and peak torque of 19.5 Nm with a maximum speed of 128 kmph.
Cafe Racer 250
Apart from manufacturing new bikes in a mass unit, Herald also used to custom build bikes for personal purposes. It may be Herald's own model or maybe a different brand.
Herald used to build 125cc and 250cc motorcycles for a small market
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