GPX Demon 150GR – Design Copied From Ducati Panigale? Now In Bangladesh

GPX Demon 150GR – Design Copied From Ducati Panigale? Now In Bangladesh

November 24, 2019 100 By William Hollis


Few days back we posted a photo in BikeBD Fanpage which was a bike which had the headlights like Ducati Panigale The bike was from Thailand Well, we didn’t had the bike then, But right now, it is in Bangladesh It is GPX GR150 Demon (GPX Demon 150GR) The bike uses a 149cc four stroke single cylinder engine. So, technically the engine should not be able to deliver its full potential with full fairing. But, in real life, the engine faces no problem. So, all of you may wonder how the engine of this bike sounds like. Let’s hear the sound of the engine. Sounds good to me This bike has all of the characteristics of a sports bike. It has disc brake on both wheels and the 14 inch rims have 120 size tyre at the front and 140 size tyre at the rear. The bike has an upside down suspension at the front and monoshock suspension at the rear. It has a sporty seating position. The bike is really perfect for single riding but carrying a pillion may result in discomfort. If the bike has something iconic it is the headlamps who looks exactly like Ducati Panigale. GPX Demon 150GR has a full digital speedometer which shows speed, RPM and all the nececarry information. The switch gears and the controllers are of good quality. The bike delivers all of it’s powers by a six speed transmission. As it weighs only 130 kgs and is small in size, , It can gain a good amount of speed in no time. Overall, the bike has good finishing and good build quality. It has a good engine performance and good riding performance. The bike is really small, like a pocket bike. But, it has sporty looks Those who are short – 5 feet 2 or 3, this bike could be a good option for them. This is all for today We hope to bring you the test ride review of this bike in the future. Subscribe to BikeBD channel, and don’t forget to press the bell icon so you will automatically get notifications about new videos. Till then, bye, Always use helmet while riding.