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Mutt Motorcycles launches the Super 4

The funky 125 is based on Japanese customs from the 1970s...

BIRMINGHAM’S Mutt Motorcycles has launched the Super 4, a colourful 125 drawing inspiration from the Japanese bikes of the ‘70s.

Based on their popular learner-legal platform, the Super 4 features an eye-catching 1970’s Boogie Nights inspired fuel tank – available in either blue or gold micro-flake – TKC Twin Duro 18-inch knobblies, a slim diamond pattern seat and a stainless steel exhaust system.

Narrow chrome handlebars wear black diamond pattern grips, while the short front and rear aluminium mudguards match the exhaust’s dull hue.

The fuel-injected single-cylinder 125cc powertrain sits inside a twin shock tube frame, making 12hp and 10Nm of torque. Nonetheless, this lightweight bike (105kg) can achieve a top speed of 70mph.

Of the model, Mutt’s chief of customisation Benny Thomas said: “The styling idea behind the Super 4 was to create a bike that echoes the current movement of customising 70's Japanese classics, except we want that feel straight out the gate without the headaches of working on old bikes.

“The Super 4 paint is a custom slant on the 70's factory paint jobs and of course the fat tyres, short aluminium mudguards and all the other parts that make up the Super 4 help give this little thumper a solid custom built vibe.”

The model is available for pre-order now, costing from £3,495.

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