Available with either a 47hp 600cc twin cylinder or 77hp 900 triple motor, both sending power to the rear wheel via a shaft drive, the Ryker is aimed at the cheaper, more user friendly end of the market and comes in road and ADV versions.
The Ryker loses the front storage compartment existing models to date have had, along with the ‘dynamic power steering assist’ feature, but keeps ABS, Traction Control and Electronic Stability Control. It also comes with only a single seat as standard
The ADV version comes with skidplate and handguards, and 1″ more suspension travel than the road version.
Maybe they were responding to customer demand?
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