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Friday, January 15, 2016

Feel Free Go!

Suzuki Japan officially launched the motorcycle concept named Feel Free Go!. Although called a motorbike, this vehicle powered by a combination of gasoline and electric motors (hybrid) with the appearance more like a mountain bike. So this is a bicycle or motorcycle?

In the automotive exhibition of Tokyo Motor Show (TMS) 2015, the renowned motorcycle manufacturer explains that the Feel Free Go! concept entirely motorcycle. The design is intentionally made to look like a mountain bike to make it easier to drive.

Just like a bicycle, the environmentally friendly motorcycle also has simple handlebars, slender frame and saddle. Thin wheels with a diameter of 24 inches are also increasingly making the Suzuki Feel Free Go! concept looks similar to a mountain bike.
Suzuki Feel Free Go! concept at the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1K7MJdz)
If at the bottom of the mountain bikes are pedal and gear, in the same position Suzuki put a 50 cc 4-stroke single cylinder engine, batteries, and electric propulsion.

Such as automatic scooter, the power from the engine is channeled to the rear wheels through a rubber V-belt. Although uses a small engine, the braking system already using discs that can be operated via a lever on the handlebars.
Rear side view of Suzuki Feel Free Go! concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1K7MJdz)
As reported by PaulTan.org, on Thursday, May 11, 2015, the Suzuki Feel Free Go! motorcycle concept created to commemorate Suzuki's 63 years in the automotive world. The motorcycle is referred to as the reincarnation of Suzuki Power Free, namely Suzuki's first motorcycle.
Suzuki Feel Free Go! and Power Free both have similar shapes to a bicycle. The difference, the Power Free, launched 1950s, it was only equipped with a simple two-stroke 36 cc engine. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | PAULTAN]
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