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2011 Derbi Senda DRD | Wallpaper

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The Derbi Senda DRD, offered as R and SM versions, has always been for young-at-heart European riders. The new 2011 X-Treme and Racing versions exceed expectations in terms of image, technology and mini sportbike performance.

A leader in the 50cc motorcycle class, the R (Enduro) and SM (Supermotard) versions of the Senda DRD (Derbi Racing Development) represent the essence of off-road riding fun: while the DRD X-Treme and Racing embody the values of the Derbi brand perfectly and cater for the demands of young sport riders.

The 2011 Senda DRD X-Treme and Racing have been completely revised in terms of technical content and style. The graphics, fairings, headlight and saddle are all new: improvements that make the new DRD family examples of design focused on pure fun.

The new X-Treme motorcycle include the high power headlight with integrated race number panel and LED taillight, which give the bikes the stylish, high-tech looks of a true pro mmotorcycle.

The new Racing motorcycle boasts top quality suspension components at the front and rear, as you would expect from the Derbi DRD range. At the front is a 41 mm straight fork with a wheel travel of 195 mm (37 mm stanchions and 180 mm wheel excursion for the X-Treme version).

The rear shock absorber works in conjunction with a generously sized but lightweight double sided swingarm (in aluminum on the Racing model and steel on the X-Treme), which complements the agility of the superb chassis layout.

Both the 2011 Derbi Senda X-Treme and Racing come with over-sized brake systems: with a 260 mm disc at the front and a 220 mm disc at the rear for maximum safety in all situations.

Both motorcycles are powered by a scintillating liquid-cooled Derbi 50 cc 2 stroke engine giving the Senda DRD X-Treme and Racing class beating performance, with maximum torque already available at low engine speeds.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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