Brixton Motorcycles Plans to Enter India In 2024

Brixton Motorcycles recently announced its plans to enter the Indian market and partnered with KAW Veloce Motors (KVMPL). This company take care of sales, service and spares for brands like Keeway, Benelli, Moto Morini and Zontes in the North Karnataka and South Maharastra regions.

Brixton Motorcycles to enter India soon

Brixton Motorcycles to Enter India with 4 Models in 2024

By the way, Brixton Motorcycles is an Austrian-owned brand with a British name but its motorbikes are manufactured in China. Briston is currently owned by the KSR Group which also owns companies like Motorn and Malaguti. The manufacturer of the bikes is likely a Chinese company called Chongqing Gaokin Industries Co. The brand is famous for its 125cc and 250cc two-wheelers that currently roam the streets of Europe and Asia, although it has bikes up to 1,200cc.

Brixton Motorcyles range

Brixton states that it plans to launch 4 models in India this year, which will designed in the brand’s Austrian design centre but the production will take place at a factory in Kolhapur, Maharastra. Brixton and KVMPL also plan to set up a research and development centre in India with the aim of developing India-specific models. Furthermore, in order to make the brand more accessible, it aims to set up dealerships across major Indian cities, which will involve 15 dealerships by the end of 2024 and as many as 50 by the end of 2025.

Globally, the brand sells a comprehensive list of 14 different retro-styled motorbikes, but only the future will tell which of them will come to our market. Interestingly, many of these models have engines that resemble the likes of Honda or Triumph.

Brixton Motorcyles

Currently, the largest bike offered by the brand is the Cromwell 1200 with a 1,222cc twin-cylinder engine that generates 83 hp and 108 Nm of Torque. This bike is also sold in China as the GK1200. The company also sells a 500cc model which produces output comparable to the likes of Benelli 500cc motorbikes. It remains to be seen now how different the bikes will be compared to competitors of similar capacity when sold under the KAW Veloce Motors.

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