QJ Motor Upcoming 650 Adventure Bike Passes Homologation In China

The upcoming QJ Motor middleweight adventure motorcycle, the QJ650, has passed homologation in China.

  • This model sees the Chinese brand fielding a new 649cc V-twin heart with a claimed 75HP.

  • Two variants will be available, namely a basic ‘standard’ plus a higher-speced ‘Adventure’.

After filing the patents last October, the new motorcycle has officially passed the homologation process thus edging closer to production.

The recent patent application also revealed some key technical details surrounding the model. Key to which is the engine that the QJMotor QJ650 adopts – a 649cc V-twin with a claimed output of 75HP.

Moreover, the two patent documents filed also revealed the QJ650 will come in two variants. One of which will be a higher-specced ‘Adventure’ offering brimmed with a set of luggage side and top boxes. Other details revealed include a claimed weight figures of 219KG (standard) and 249KG (Adventure), as well as the presence of an ABS module.

The new 650 will feature things like crash bars and handguards along with a wire spoke wheels.

As for release date and availability, QJMotor remains mum about it for now, but word has it we will see this V-twin model officially debut sometime later this year.

A passionate football fan and anything two-wheels. He likes to commute on his 150cc scooter on a daily basis and occasionally takes a long trip with his 750cc machine just to "tapau" his favourite "roti canai". With a journalism background, he likes to write as much as he rides.

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