Bajaj CT100 Spoke Standard Bikes
Bajaj CT100 Spoke Standard Bikes
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After a span of over nine years, Bajaj reintroduced the CT100 in the Indian market as an entry-level commuter motorcycle. The new Bajaj CT100 Spoke Standard Bikes has been targeted at the rural customers, who are looking for a hassle-free low-maintenance motorcycle with high fuel efficiency.The CT100 is based on the same double cradle frame as the Platina and is powered by the same 99.3cc single-cylinder engine which is used in the Platina and the Discover 100. This engine is good for 8.1bhp and 8.05Nm of torque and is mated to a four-speed transmission. This engine has been developed with focus on extracting maximum efficiency, and Bajaj has claimed an average of 89.5kmpl for this motorcycle. It comes with Bajaj’s SNS suspension in the rear and a conventional hydraulic suspension in the front.With such a lucrative price tag, the CT100 is now the cheapest motorcycle currently on sale in the Indian market. The CT100 is available in two paint schemes – electron blue and ebony black. It competes with other expensive 100cc commuter motorcycles like the TVS Star Sport, Hero HF Dawn and the Mahindra Pantero.

Technical Specification of Bajaj CT100 Spoke Standard Bikes

Bike Type: Standard
Start Type: Kick, Self
Stroke (mm): 45
Engine Displacement (cc): 99
Ignition: CDI
No of Cylinders: 1
Max Power: 8.1 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque: 8 Nm @ 4500 rpm
Fuel Type: Petrol
Fuel Tank Capacity (litres): 10.5
No of Gears: 4
Gearbox Type: Manual
Clutch: multi-plate, Wet
Brake Type: Drum
Front Brake: 110
Rear Brake: 110
Front Suspension: Hydraulic, Telescopic Type
Rear Suspension: Trailing arm with co- axial hydraulic shock absorb
Wheel Size (inches): 17
Wheelbase (mm): 1235
Front Tyre: 2.75*17
Rear Tyre: 3.00*17
Dimensions(WxLxH)mm: 770x1965x1072
Weight: 109
Cooling System: Air Cooled
Color: Ebony Black, Electron Blue
Transmission Type: Chain Drive

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