Sinnis brings new "Rogue Black" colour to Hoodlum 125 for 2023

Sinnis has brought a new colour to its Hoodlum 125 cruiser motorcycle for 2023, with the new Rogue Black option arriving for the new year.

Sinnis Hoodlum 125. - Sinnis

Sinnis has announced a new paint scheme for the Hoodlum 125 for the 2023 model year. 

The British manufacturer, Sinnis, has kicked off 2023 with a new colour scheme for the Hoodlum 125.

The new paint is called “Rogue Black” and features, believe it or not, a black base with a “HDLM” decal on the side of the tank. “The new HDLM decal drops the vowels and adds some attitude,” Sinnis says. 

The new colour arrives in addition to the established “Grey” and “Flat Black” colours which remain for 2023. 

The Hoodlum 125 is Sinnis’ entry to the lightweight cruiser division, and the new Rogue Black colour’s HDLM graphic is intended as a nod to the bike’s American derivation. 

At the heart of the Hoodlum remains for 2023 the ZS125 engine from Sinnis. This air-cooled single-cylinder is of course Euro5-homologated and common across Sinnis’ 125cc range, representing a well-established foundation in the eighth-of-a-litre division which guarantees maximum outputs of 9.4 horsepower and 9Nm.

Further, Sinnis says, “the Hoodlum engine’s architecture has not been changed, so common upgrades such as a free-flowing exhaust can still be added to crank up the Hoodlums street attitude.”

The chassis of the motorcycle remains the same as before, with telescopic forks at the front, a monoshock at the back, with 18-inch and 15-inch wheels respectively. Additionally, a seat height of 720mm confirms the Hoodlum as an accessible option. 

The Rogue Black Hoodlum is available at Sinnis Dealerships across the UK from £2,799. Find your nearest Sinnis dealer on the brand’s website.

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