The Chinese motorcycle market is currently undergoing a revolution in terms of styling, technology and quality.
CFMoto and Benelli/QJMotor are among the brands that are currently pushing themselves as an establishment that could really go up against other major brands in the world.
However, the recent CIMA show in China is slowly proving to be an ideal platform for Chinese-made motorcycles to ditched the preconceptions that Chinese-made motorcycles are low-quality machines.
Among the brands that caught people’s attention was Jedi Motor, which unveiled three concept bikes, the Vision K750, GTR750 and JFR750.
Like us who are not familiar with the company, Jedi Motor previously supplied bikes for the Chinese police force and security services. However, their latest move is to enter the consumer market.
The Vision K750 looks well built, balance and modern on par with a Japanese or European bike. Underneath the futuristic fairing sits a 730cc parallel-twin engine that delivers 68hp @ 7,500rpm and 66Nm @ 6,500rpm.
The same engine also powers the GTR750, a sport-tourer concept that features cast aluminium chassis, USD fork and Brembo brakes.
Meanwhile, the JFR750 comes in two variants, a scrambler-ish model with semi-knobby tires with spoke wheels; another features lower bars, alloy wheels and street tires.
Despite dubbed as a concept, Jedi Motors will soon unveil all three models as a production bike.