It packs a 96cc, 8bhp engine, so watch out!
Unveiled at the 2008 MotOh! Exhibition in Barcelona, the DH 2.0 looks like a mountain bike, but is actually fitted with a single-cylinder, four-stroke, 96cc engine that makes eight horsepower and 7.1Nm of torque. The bike, which carries fuel in its frame, weighs just 40 kilos and is fitted with automatic transmission.
Small it may be, but the Derbi DH 2.0 is well appointed – aluminium frame, 38mm USD front fork, an underseat exhaust, air-assisted monoshock, wavy disc brakes and various carbonfire bits make this a very interesting little toy. More details on the Derbi website here.
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