Another Suzuki GN 250 that turned into a Scrambler has been emerged through the internet. The Portugal team Trinta & Um really came through and customize the bike so perfectly that you can easily think its a brand new one.
As I have mentioned before, Suzuki GN Scrambler is my personal best customize bike, so I am doing this review with a lot of excitement.
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Trinta & Um meaning “Thirty-one” in English was first established by a gathering of companions in Portugal, in the city of Porto, in 2013. They have manufactured various motorcycle we love. The team consists of mechanics, videographers (!!!) and designers. You can really say that this is a complete and diversified team!
The motor was completely changed, a complete motor revamp had to be done, some additional “juice” was included as well as an update on big bore for 300cc.
The 340mm back suspension and the tires decision was a 130/90/16 (back) 4.10/18 (front) to keep a straighter line from the sub outline.
Another high quality battery box was made, so with a specific end goal to possess as meager space as could be expected under the circumstances the whole electrical framework had to be changed.
Moreover the ignition key switch encourages the startup and a basic MX handlebar control switch replaced the two unique ones and made it more clean. Also, they added a tracker handlebar and another arrangement of levers. In ope addition they dispose the big controllers.
The new paint work was deliverd by RememberVintage and turned the project much more cheerful. The name that was given to this Suzuki GN 250 Scrambler is a bit curious: “Coin.” Only Osvaldo Bessa, the owner, comprehends it.
Overall,it is a very comfortable motorcycle to drive around! And with a 350cc you will need to put your cruising helmet on!
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I don’t know about you guys, but my hands are sweaty only thinking of riding this one! I really love scramblers and I cannot hide it :). I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! Feel free to post your thought on the comments section below.
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