Chinese producers are obtrusively cloning Indian bicycles. Simply a week ago we had posted how a Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 clone from China is being sold in Pakistan. Presently comes another such clone from Pakistan, this time they have cloned the made in India KTM Duke 200.
Called Sigma Rokk 200, the cruiser is discounted through Pakistan based Sigma MotorSports. The bicycle looks like KTM Duke 200. It is accessible in Pakistan at a cost of PKR 2,50,000 (Rs 1.41 lakhs).
Not at all like the KTM orange, the Sigma Rokk 200 is painted in flashy green with red amalgam wheels. The maker has figured out how to duplicate the bicycle in style, yet has neglected to duplicate its execution or even come anyplace near this present reality execution of KTM Duke 200. Something else it needs in is guarantee. The Chinese clone accompanies just 1,500 (fifteen hundred) kms guarantee.
Pakistan’s Sigma Rokk 200 gets rid of reversed forks seen on the KTM Duke 200 and comes in fitted with adaptive forks in the front.
Brakes are additionally a broadened adaptation of the plate brakes seen on India’s Hero Octane bikes while motor determinations on the Rokk 200 incorporate a 200cc air cooled motor with no power and torque figures unveiled, dissimilar to the KTM Duke 200’s propelled fluid cooled engine.
Aside from cloning KTM Duke 200, Sigma MotorSports has offered an assortment of reproduction bicycles from Ducati 848, BMW S 1000 RR, KTM Duke, Honda CBR250R and numerous more which all have their own particular little limit forms in Pakistan.