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“Derbi GPR50R”

published 23/04/2007

Prospeed, looks, "street cred", handling, comfort

Consfairing easily damaged, side stand untrustworthy, ...

when I was 16 I was desperate to get on the road like most 16 year olds I sat my CBT a week after my 16th birthday and was thrilled to be "mobile", my first bike was a TS50 which I found slow and loud! so i started shopping about, I came across the Derbi GPR50R which I had to have, It had the...

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published 07/10/2008

I have a friend who owns one of these they are good little bikes they are very quick around 70mph, they look like a much bigger bike then a 50cc. the only one downside with these bikes is the parts seem to be very expensive. i recomend this bike to any 16 year olds.

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Proreliable, nice looking, gets alot of appreciation,...

Conscan have problems depending on what condition u bu...

this is the best bike i will ever own. its reliable as fuck. and i've had every problem going. i have had electrics break on me, charging circuts go down, fuel starvation, carb drain, clutch failure. and it still keeps going! mine's a 2000 y reg one and although its not the new, coolest, look @...

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Prospeed, look

Consexpensive parts

i bought the derbi gpr 50 r limited edition in around about october 2009 time it needed a bit of work which was quite expensive so parts arent that cheap for derbis. apart from that, ythe bike is a mean machine for a 50 cc i got around the 75 mph mark out of mine satndard with a metrakit exhaust...

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ProCheap to run, Cheap to buy, Looks amazing

ConsNot as quick as a car

For a 50cc this bike is amazingly quick, and it looks like it is a lot more powerful then 50cc. As young as a 16 year old can drive one of these bikes as a learner. This one is fully geared unlike a scooter a normal 16 year olds choice which is a lot slower than the Derbi gpr. As I have owned one...

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Product Information : Derbi GPR 50 R

Manufacturer's product description

Scooter - 49.91 ccm - Single cylinder

Product Details

Long Name: GPR 50 R

Manufacturer: Derbi

Displacement (ccm): 49.91

Bike Type: Scooter

Type: Scooter

Stroke: 2

Engine Type: Single cylinder


Listed on Ciao since: 12/04/2007