The demand for classic style models that follow the main lines of the Vespa is growing among 125cc scooters, and the Royal Alloy GP 125 S this stream is targeted. It offers a recognizable design that puts its note of distinction on the color combinations, and is postulated as a versatile option valid for various types of pilot.
its sheet steel body patterned powerfully reminiscent of the Italian bike, but its shapes are somewhat more angular. On the front it has a large central headlight, as well as an air inlet above the fender; it offers flat footing and various body, tire and seat color combinations are available.
He Royal Alloy GP 125 S It is a small wheel scooter (12 inches), designed for the city, with a weight of 130 kilos dry (to which must be added 11 liters with a full tank) and whose seat, divided into two parts, is located 770 millimeters above the ground. It measures 1,870 millimeters long, 620 millimeters wide and 1,115 millimeters high. These figures make it a fairly manageable model and that even small people or those who do not have much strength can drive.
It is moved by a single-cylinder four-stroke engine with liquid cooling that develops a power of 14.3 CV and a maximum torque of 10.5 Nm, which places it in the standards of its category and should imply cheerful behavior.
Its cycle part has elements such as the double-arm front suspension with preload adjustment, the rear monoshock or the brake system with 220 millimeter discs on both wheels.
Since it is a 125cc model, drivers with a car license that is more than three years old can drive it. It has a price of 3,595 euros.
Royal Alloy TG 300 S
The manufacturer also has a higher category model, which shares most elements with the GP 125 S except for the engine, which in this case is a 300cc block of Piaggio origin that develops 21.8 hp and 23 Nm of torque. Its price is also somewhat higher, at 4,995 euros.