(jiří macek) Blata, the great Czech motorbike manufacturer, starts the new motorbike racing season with both a new ingenious minibike (a class in which it has reigned supreme for many years), as well as a stylishly perfect enduro motorbike (with which it will try to win the 125cc class).
Only a few Czech companies can be said to determine the development in their fields; however, this is definitely true for minibike manufacturer Blata. Blata minibikes, with high-performance engines, have fans all over the world, turning from a fashionable hit into a hardy perennial. Adult bikers ride them at closed airports and race circuits as both racers and experience seekers. Motorbike racer Pavel Blata started manufacturing these bikes twenty years ago. The number of motorbikes sold worldwide, plus the many championships won by their riders (e.g. last year’s European Champion title won by Radek Sokol with Blata Elite 15 WRS motorbike), speak for the success of his brand.
Apart from minibikes, Blata also manufactures scooters and light quadricycles. This year, the company has also started to manufacture two cross 125 cc motorbikes for younger bikers who are allowed to ride them from age of 16 and up. Both types – the Enduro 125 BXE and the Motard 125 BXM – have a remarkable design and refined qualities. As with other Blata motorbikes, they also use engines manufactured by Blata. The various components come from the company’s manufactory and construction technology.
Blata also presented a brand new motorbike in the royal class of minibikes – the Blata Ultima. This minibike is a thoroughbred with a highly visible frame, many carbon elements that endow it with extraordinary lightness, and a set-up system that enables the user to easily set up the motorbike’s correct geometry (i.e. position of footrests, height of the seat, angle of steering, etc.). This beautiful motorbike looks good both in a living room and on a race circuit. Everyone should give it a try.
For more information, see www.blata.cz