J.Juan Brakes the New Brixton Crossfire 500 X

Source: J.Juan Brake Systems announcement

BARCELONA – J.Juan Brake System customer Brixton has launched its new Crossfire 500 model, a naked frame with a retro image but current lines that, as various media have stated, looks like a bike fresh out of a custom workshop

Specialized media highlights the motorcycle’s ergonomics and the integration of its elements, as well as the use of good materials such as an adjustable Kayaba inverted fork, Bosch anti-lock brake system (ABS), and Pirelli Angel ST tires, as well as its own diamond chassis. Components that become necessary when it comes to gassing a nearly 48 hp engine.

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Among these noteworthy elements, all the brakes are manufactured by J.Juan Brake Systems, with radial calipers and levers that are both adjustable and integrated in the harmonious lines of this exciting 500 CC parallel cylindrical bike that couples softness and performance.

The Brixton  motorcycle is manufactured in Asia.

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