Chinese motorcycle manufacturer is certainly stepping up their game including Brixton Motorcycles.
Last year, the company showcased the Cromwell 1200 at EICMA 2021, which was deemed as a worthy rival against the Triumph Bonneville.
The Cromwell 1200 features 1,200cc parallel-twin SOCH liquid-cooled engine capable of making 80.5hp @ 6,500rpm and 110Nm @ 3,000rpm.
While the Cromwell shows Brixton capability to challenge the big bike segment, there is no denying that the biggest demand lies in middleweight motorcycles ranging from 400cc to 700cc.
In an effort to further meet the demand for mid-capacity motorcycles, Brixton is set to roll out the new Crossfire 500 XC.
Unlike the standard Crossfire 500 that is clearly a road-oriented motorcycle, the XC is built to ride in all kinds of terrain, including light off-road.
Brixton will introduce the Crossfire 500 XC later this year with some information about the motorcycle that is already available on the company official website.
The XC will feature the same 486cc parallel-twin engine that makes 47hp and 43Nm.