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The Spyder impressive proportions and confident look is recognisable at first glance.

The main goal of the project was to create an all-new concept in the class with a machine offering ample size and impressive styling that wouldn’t be humbled when pulling up next to a larger displacement motorcycle.


The Spyder gets its strong surge of power from a compacts, liquid-cooled Parallel Twin Engines, both 125 and 350 featuring a narrow width and imressive proportions.

For 350 engine powering the Spyder incorporates DELPHI Hi-presition fuel injection system.


The Spyder tubular steel double-cradle frame features a unique backbone configuration that provides extra rigidity for assured riding confidence and control.
"soft tail" swingarm for superb rigidity and precise wheel tracking.
Also, the Spyder features a double piston rear suspension located under the frame avoiding any interference at sight.


The Spyder rolls on a set of attractive hollow-section, 5 arm spoke cast aluminum wheels finished in full aluminum colour that gives further emphasis to Spyder's larger proportions.

Mounting an impressive looking set of tyres, the Spyder provides precise control at all speeds. Also the Spyder features an impressive front and rear brake sets, 300mm diameter double disk for the front with double piston dual-brake caliper. At the rear, a light-weight single-piston caliper grips a 220mm disk for high-performance combination of stopping power.


Long means Stable. Thanks to its incredible long fork unique in any mass production motorcyle and the lenght of its wheelbase this motorcyce has incredible stability and handling control. The wheelbase relatively long. 1,660mm contributes to it's responsive handling and confident control at higher speeds.



Minimalist speedometer with all the essential information, situated on top of the fuel tank strategically positioned near the handlebar for easy reading without loosing sight of what’s happening on the road, also in the same rack we can find the starting switch, making all group look compact and clean, the fuel cap is situated on the side of this group.