Bristol Motorcycles capped of 2020 by unveiling the Veloce 500, the latest addition to its modern classic segment. The Manila-based manufacturer combined form with function in this new model, adding a competitive price to boot.
The Bristol Veloce 500 is equipped with a 471cc parallel-twin, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine, which is capable of 47hp at 8,500rpm and 43Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. It has a claimed top speed of 185kph, and an estimated fuel consumption of 25km/L. The bike also comes with KYB suspension, Pirelli tires, full Nissin Disc brakes, as well as a digital TFT screen.
“At P348,000, it’s almost hard to believe that the Veloce 500 comes with Nissin brakes, a Bosch ECU, KYB suspension, and more straight out of the factory. Obviously, this combo of high-spec kit and reasonable pricing had us wondering if this bike was just too good to be true,” we wrote in f our full review.
Here, we sum up what we liked and didn’t like about the Veloce 500 into this two-minute video. Enjoy!