Bullit hunt 250S

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Bullit hunt 250S

#1 Post by jonahjones1066 » Mon Dec 26, 2016 8:46 pm

I have ordered, and expect delivery of, a new Bullit hunt 250S in the new year. It looks lovely, see below.

http://bullitmotorcycles.com/wwwuploads ... old_45.jpg

I have read some good and some bad about Chinese bikes on this and other forums, but for £2500 I am getting back on two wheels, after a break of 5 years. I hope to use it it on my commute, weather depending, I don't really worry too much about future resale value, as I expect there won't be any!
If you are interested I will update from time to time my experiences.
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Re: Bullit hunt 250S

#2 Post by Hoggs » Sat Dec 31, 2016 6:54 pm

I'd say just make sure you do your pre ride checks throughly and make sure you check everything is tight that should be tight before trips! :thumb:

safe riding let us know how you get on with it
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#3 Post by Gerontious » Sat Dec 31, 2016 8:18 pm

Its a Chinese bike?

with a union jack on the side... well-I-never.

and a website whose primary language is Dutch... have to admit that surprised me, I was thinking these bikes were perhaps being manufactured for a British custumer.. shop or company.

be interesting to see how it fares.

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Re: Bullit hunt 250S

#4 Post by jonahjones1066 » Mon Jan 02, 2017 3:59 pm

Thanks for the comments chaps!
I was just in the market for cheap run around, looked at an Inazuma as I have had Suzuki's before, the Kawasaki small bore looks a bit sporty.
I'm hoping this will be a single version of my beloved Honda G5 I had as a youth. But with better brakes!
Delivery arranged for after the 15th Jan, just watch it piss down from then on in.

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Re: Bullit hunt 250S

#5 Post by MikeHorton » Sat Dec 02, 2017 5:52 pm

Hi

I too own a bullit 250 so far so good and I've done plenty of all weather riding v happy. Anyone else own one?

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#6 Post by spendalot1 » Tue Apr 03, 2018 9:05 pm

I have one just run it in great up to now apart from the seat like a plank. back to the 70s

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Re: Bullit hunt 250S

#7 Post by MikeHorton » Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:58 am

Mine had to go to pay the deposit for my RE Himalayan, I was v happy with it though I wish I could have hung into it but yes the seat wasn't the most comfy, great bike though

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