||>>It goes in
to corners like a bat out
of hell<< a british journalist wrote about the 3½ Sport.
powerfull engine in the ultra light frame will give you riding
pleasures almost impossible to describe.
killer<< would be an
appropriate name for the lively black and red 3½’er from Morini. The
almost racing-like handling, the excellent brakes, the narrowness of
the bike, and the low weight is a combination that gives the bike the
capacity to defeat even powerfull japanese bikes as long as the roads
are small and winding.
- about the 250:
||Morini is amongst
specialists known as one of
the best handling standard bikes. And the small and only 128 kg light
2½ is not different. The fuel consumption is minimal, only 3,5 l./100
km. Even when pushed to the limits it is difficult to increase it.
||Here the sporty [opposed
to the Strada] and
in terms of handling almost racing-like Morini 500 [...] The model is a
clear example on how to make a winner from other than a lot of
cylinders and more BHP. The narrow front is one of its
||...The 3½ has maybe turned
a bit antiquated
in terms of the technical design. Even so, it is still setting the tone
on how a bike should handle. Super-bike riders will most likely get
unpleasantly surprised when the roads get smaller
- last year with the 3½:
||You won't get in the box
for 5 kroner, but for
42.144 kr. you get a ticket to the 2. stalls in the italian
world. The price for a Morini 350 is still that low. Though
probably will claim it's expensive - those who devide BHP into kroner.
Others look at the capacities of the Morini and judge it according to
the need of transportation and the fun of the ride. The Morini
masters both. It's on the winding roads, though, that it shows its real
nature. Here the heavy weight japanese bikes will have a hard time just
keeping up with the Morini.