5 Old School Motorcycles that Are Riding in this Year, Suitable for Collection - Not only the new model, consumers in Indonesia also like to hunt old-school or old-school motorcycles. Especially if the unit has a long history in the country's two-wheeled industry. Another reason old-school motorcycles are still purchased is because the population is not much so it has its own pride to have it.

5 Old School Motorcycles that Are Riding in this Year, Suitable for Collection
5 Old School Motorcycles that Are Riding in this Year, Suitable for Collection

Old motorcycles that are the target of collectors the price can skyrocket high. In fact, there are bands that reach tens to hundreds of millions of rupiah. try to summarize old-school motorcycles in Indonesia and will describe in full 5 classic motorcycles that are hunted by collectors. In accordance with the 2021 trend, below is a list of classic 2-stroke and 4-stroke engined motorcycles that you can also consider.

Yamaha Mio Sporty

In mid-2003-2008, Yamaha Indonesia harvested sales thanks to the death of Yamaha Mio Sporty. It was not the first matik in the domestic two-wheeled industry, but at that time the qibla of the automatic transmission motor was focused on Mio.

In 2021 matik garapan tuning fork it turns out to have a banderol that makes the head shake. Yamaha Mio 2004 alert with yellow is sold with a price tag of Rp 35 million or more expensive than the highest type Yamaha NMAX.

"The iconic color is indeed yellow and quite rare in the market. The price of the smooth body alone penetrated Rp 5 million is the same stripping," said Jimmy Anwar, owner of Yamaha Mio restoration workshop in Depok, West Java.

If you have a plan to maintain a Yamaha Mio Sporty, our advice is to choose a unit with yellow. But make sure the color and STNK are the same alias not the result of repainting.

Little information, this generation Yamaha Mio is equipped with a 113.7 cc SOHC engine, 4-tak, 2 valves, air conditioning, with carburetor. Where mio Sporty is able to produce maximum power up to 9.5 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 7.8 Nm at 7,000 rpm engine rotation.

Honda NSR 250

From the manufacturer with a flapping wing logo there is one model that is the target of collectors even the unit is very limited in Indonesia. Yes he is a Honda NSR 250, a 2-tak bike with a sport fairing look.

Reportedly the units entering Indonesia are the result of General Importer (IU) orders in the 1990s. This motorcycle has gone viral because it was sold at a price of Rp 250 million to 300 million or the equivalent of one new car unit.

One of the uniqueness of this bike is to use a special card or smart card to turn on the motor. In addition, the performance of the engine and the iconic display is also the reason why this bike is very hunted by its consumers.

Honda NSR 250 comes with several variants, but the most dominant is the MC type which is further divided into 4 series, namely NSR 250 MC16, MC18, MC21, and MC28.

Behind the fairing is a 249cc V-twin (2-cylinder) engine with a bore x stroke mixture of 54x54.5 mn, while for compression is 7.4:1. Then with that construction he is able to produce maximum power up to 40 horsepower at 9,000 rpm engine rotation and peak torque of 32.3 Nm at 8,000 rpm.

Suzuki RGR 150

In the early 90s, Suzuki released the RGR 150 which at that time was enough to make a splash in the 150 cc motor sport segment. Using a full fairing body, this hero from Suzuki becomes a product that is very calculated by its competitors.

Suzuki RGR 150 was first launched in Thailand. There, this bike is more familiar with the name RG-V150. His work in Indonesia began in 1991 which was directly shipped from Thailand by PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS).

The information we summarize, there are 3 generations that Suzuki Indonesia offers for RGR 150 ranging from Sprinter, Crystal, and Tornado types. The price in the used motorcycle market is Rp 20 million.

Speaking of runway kitchens, Suzuki RGR 150 is equipped with a 147 cc, 2-tak, and air-cooled engine. While the bore x stroke mixture is 59 mm x 54 mm combined with a carburetor made by Mikuni VM26SS. The claim is that this motor is capable of pumping a maximum power of 26.1 horsepower para 9,500 rpm and peak torque of 20.5 Nm at 8,000 rpm.

The technology highlighted by the manufacturer is sipc (Suzuki Intake Pulse Control) and SSS (Suzuki Super Scavenging System). Its function, SIPC is installed to control the entry of fuel according to the needs of the engine, while the SSS has the task of providing a greater air intake when the engine is fast. Both are embedded to support the performance of RGR 150.

Yamaha 125Z

Speaking of 2-engine motorcycles is not much of an option, but this one is quite special, he is a Yamaha 125Z. The ngebul motorcycle that fills this duck class has been sold for Rp 125 million in Indonesia.

Yamaha 125Z began production in 1998 which was then paved in Malaysia, Singapore, and then demonstrated in Indonesia. His life here was only sold from 2000 to 2002 and made it very rare and targeted by his loyalists.

In terms of engine specifications, he carries a 124.3 cc 2-no-engine with a 6-speed clutch manual transmission. The power is arguably large for the duck bike class which reaches 17.26 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 16.1 Nm at 7,500 rpm.

Honda Nova Dash

Honda Nova Dash once enlivened the ayago (rooster) segment in Indonesia in the 2000s. The price of the former continues to skyrocket tends to be stable at Rp 100 million. The reason is quite logical, in addition to its exotic performance and appearance, the population is arguably a little plus to attract it.

At that time the Honda Nova Dash was not distributed directly by APM Honda. So if you want to have this motorcycle must buy through the services of General Importers shipped directly (CBU) from Thailand.

In 2019, this motorcycle was sold at a price of Rp 110 million. In 2021 fans of this motorcycle are back sticking out, but indeed the unit is quite rare because the owners are reluctant to give up their favorite units.

Nova Dash uses an aluminum frame with a 2-stroke, 1-cylinder engine, liquid coolant, and carburetor. On top of that he has a maximum power of 21.56 horsepower (at 9,000 rpm and peak torque at 18.3 Nm at 8,000 rpm. The output is combined with an ideal total weight of only 102 kilograms.

And that's 5 old motorcycles that are still stars in 2021. Oh yes, the price mentioned above is not binding, it could be cheaper as agreed. If you want to buy one of these motorcycle options, it's good to bring a trust mechanic and make sure the unit has the appropriate documents and part fittings.


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