The Bristol Group of Companies added a bit of Italian flair to the so-called motorcycle industry hub of Caloocan with the Moto Morini brand launch and showroom inauguration.
Located on 10th Avenue, Caloocan City, the Moto Morini store houses the brand’s latest models: the X-Cape, the Seiemmezzo SCR, and Seiemmezzo STR. All three are propelled by a 649 cc parallel twin engine, which will probably attract novice to intermediate big bike customers.
“As the exclusive distributor of Moto Morini in the Philippines, our goal is to make our motorcycles attainable for a wider range of riders,” said David Winkle, Bristol’s VP of Marketing. “As you can see, these bikes come with low seat height thanks to their scooped seat design. Filipino riders of average height can ride and enjoy them without issues. Our pricing is also more competitive than other Italian motorcycle brands that are available locally. We are here to give affordable quality bikes of Italian quality to the customers here in the Philippines,” he added.
The X-Cape is an adventure bike with a switchable Bosch ABS, a Marzocchi fork, and an adjustable windscreen. It has a large 7” TFT display for a complete and clear vision of all necessary information for more adventurous trips and chaotic urban traffic. Its introductory price is ₱628,000.
On the other hand, the Seiemmezzo SCR and STR are street bikes that offer versatility for your daily riding. The SCR sports a neo-scrambler character, while the STR has that conventional naked bike styling. Both bikes are available at SRPs of ₱528,000 and ₱558,000, respectively.
Moto Morini has been an Italian motorcycle industry brand for over 80 years. It all started in Bologna and was founded by Alfonso Morini. It has become one of the favorite choices in the European market.
Bristol Group of Companies aims to provide exciting, good-quality motorcycles that are not only equipped with the latest technology but also reliable and safe. The company constantly strives to establish a firm niche in the motorcycle industry by always considering the rider’s needs and wants.
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Source: Moto Morini is now in Caloocan!