Little known Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer Feely has revealed its new sportbike called the Feely 450. As the name suggests, the bike features a 450 cc engine that is developed by Zongshen, a Chinese engineering company that specializes in low displacement engines.
The Feely 450’s supersport design is a combination of the Honda CBR250RR’s front end, and a Benelli 302R inspired rear section. The bike sports red paint scheme with black and white graphics that accentuates the design of the bike. It gets a ‘Never Stop’ lettering on the side panels. The bike features stacked LED headlights with LED daytime running lights, dual-port exhaust system and LED taillights.
Unlike other Chinese bikes, the Feely 450 looks well put together and makes decent power on paper. The bike uses a 450 cc, twin-cylinder, water-cooled engine that is good for 36 bhp of maximum power and 35.25 Nm of peak torque. The engine uses a 6-speed gearbox and a chain drive system. As a reference, these power figures are higher as compared to the Bajaj Dominar 400.
The bike puts power to the road through 17-inch alloy wheels that are suspended by upside down forks up front and an adjustable rear mono-shock. The bike gets an extended swingarm while twin discs up front and a rear disc brake helps in stopping. Feely will launch the motorcycle later this year in the Chinese market featuring a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer, gear position indicator, and a digital speedometer.
Apart from the 450, Feely is planning a range of motorcycles in the Chinese market. It includes a new 471 cc, twin-cylinder adventure bike and two other bikes (naked & adventure) based on a 320 cc, single-cylinder engine.