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Rieju unveils new RS3

2009-11-09 10:09
Rieju has unveiled the replacement for their RS2 range of small capacity sports bikes at the EICMA 2009 International Motorcycle Show in Milan.

Rieju has developed this completely new “ground up design” working in collaboration with two of Europe’s leading motorcycle design and development companies, ArianeTech Ingeniería and Xenophya Design.

An evolution of the original RS concept, the new RS3 combines sport bike technology with comfort and versatility aimed squarely at the youth market, with styling that has taken obvious cues from Honda’s CBR600RR.

Established in 1934 the Rieju brand has a long European heritage and has evolved to become a major small capacity motorcycle producer with over 17% market share of all 50cc geared motorcycles sales in Europe and over 27% market share in Spain. 


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