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CCM ’71 Ti, Heritage motorcycles that use all titanium

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CCM celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021 with the unveiling of the Maverick and Golden Jubilee Scramble. Unfortunately, the company's Heritage '71 Ti hasn't hit the market, but for 2022 this special edition is available now.    Based on the Bolton brand's popular Spitfire platform, the Heritage '71 retains a 600cc water-cooled single-cylinder engine. And has also evolved from the original version in terms of horsepower increased from 55 horsepower to 62 horsepower and can increase the torque to 48.6 Nm from the original with 58.02 Nm. Chassis is a Thai style. Hand-crafted titanium and carbon fiber engine mounts Makes the car weighs at 136.08 kg.    In addition to the titanium frame The car also has Raptor Titanium footrests, titanium bolt kits. and QD Racing Titanium 64 exhaust system, Maxis DTR1 racing tires, Dymag 7-spoke racing wheels, Brembo brakes and fully adjustable Ohlins Blackline suspension. All of this together with the full color scheme is entirely handcrafted, even if it's a Custombike.    Additional decorations include the Clews Competition radiator guard, Alan Clews signature metal plaque at the rear, Monza fuel cap and custom mane. corner  For now, it remains to be determined how it will be released. At the moment, the manufacturer has plans to build just 71 cars. In terms of release price, it is expected to be priced at 12,200 US dollars.

CCM celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021 with the unveiling of the Maverick and Golden Jubilee Scramble. Unfortunately, the company’s Heritage ’71 Ti hasn’t hit the market, but for 2022 this special edition is available now.

Based on the Bolton brand’s popular Spitfire platform, the Heritage ’71 retains a 600cc water-cooled single-cylinder engine. And has also evolved from the original version in terms of horsepower increased from 55 horsepower to 62 horsepower and can increase the torque to 48.6 Nm from the original with 58.02 Nm. Chassis is a Thai style. Hand-crafted titanium and carbon fiber engine mounts Makes the bike weighs at 136.08 kg.

CCM celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021 with the unveiling of the Maverick and Golden Jubilee Scramble. Unfortunately, the company's Heritage '71 Ti hasn't hit the market, but for 2022 this special edition is available now.    Based on the Bolton brand's popular Spitfire platform, the Heritage '71 retains a 600cc water-cooled single-cylinder engine. And has also evolved from the original version in terms of horsepower increased from 55 horsepower to 62 horsepower and can increase the torque to 48.6 Nm from the original with 58.02 Nm. Chassis is a Thai style. Hand-crafted titanium and carbon fiber engine mounts Makes the car weighs at 136.08 kg.    In addition to the titanium frame The car also has Raptor Titanium footrests, titanium bolt kits. and QD Racing Titanium 64 exhaust system, Maxis DTR1 racing tires, Dymag 7-spoke racing wheels, Brembo brakes and fully adjustable Ohlins Blackline suspension. All of this together with the full color scheme is entirely handcrafted, even if it's a Custombike.    Additional decorations include the Clews Competition radiator guard, Alan Clews signature metal plaque at the rear, Monza fuel cap and custom mane. corner  For now, it remains to be determined how it will be released. At the moment, the manufacturer has plans to build just 71 cars. In terms of release price, it is expected to be priced at 12,200 US dollars.

In addition to the titanium frame The bike also has Raptor Titanium footrests, titanium bolt kits. and QD Racing Titanium 64 exhaust system, Maxis DTR1 racing tires, Dymag 7-spoke racing wheels, Brembo brakes and fully adjustable Ohlins Blackline suspension. All of this together with the full color scheme is entirely handcrafted, even if it’s a Custombike.

CCM celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2021 with the unveiling of the Maverick and Golden Jubilee Scramble. Unfortunately, the company's Heritage '71 Ti hasn't hit the market, but for 2022 this special edition is available now.    Based on the Bolton brand's popular Spitfire platform, the Heritage '71 retains a 600cc water-cooled single-cylinder engine. And has also evolved from the original version in terms of horsepower increased from 55 horsepower to 62 horsepower and can increase the torque to 48.6 Nm from the original with 58.02 Nm. Chassis is a Thai style. Hand-crafted titanium and carbon fiber engine mounts Makes the car weighs at 136.08 kg.    In addition to the titanium frame The car also has Raptor Titanium footrests, titanium bolt kits. and QD Racing Titanium 64 exhaust system, Maxis DTR1 racing tires, Dymag 7-spoke racing wheels, Brembo brakes and fully adjustable Ohlins Blackline suspension. All of this together with the full color scheme is entirely handcrafted, even if it's a Custombike.    Additional decorations include the Clews Competition radiator guard, Alan Clews signature metal plaque at the rear, Monza fuel cap and custom mane. corner  For now, it remains to be determined how it will be released. At the moment, the manufacturer has plans to build just 71 cars. In terms of release price, it is expected to be priced at 12,200 US dollars.

Additional decorations include the Clews Competition radiator guard, Alan Clews signature metal plaque at the rear, Monza fuel cap and custom mane. corner

For now, it remains to be determined how it will be released. At the moment, the manufacturer has plans to build just 71 bikes. In terms of release price, it is expected to be priced at 12,200 US dollars.

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