CSC is quickly expanding its model range. In late 2014 we tested the 250cc adventure-touring RX3 Cyclone, and gave it a favorable review. A year later CSC announced the dual-sport TT250. We’re still waiting to see the TT250 in the flesh, but have been told it shouldn’t be much longer. Today, CSC announced a third 250cc motorcycle, the very sporty looking RC3.
The RC3 appears to have some nice features for a $3495 motorcycle including an adjustable fork and shock, digital instrumentation, and accessory power outlet. Comparatively, Honda’s CBR300R retails for $4399, while Yamaha’s YZF-R3 is $4990. Like the TT, the RC3 is currently filed under the “coming soon” moniker.
CSC Motorcycles announced today that it is importing the RC3 250cc sportbike, and it is offering the motorcycle for a very limited time at the special introductory price of $2895.
CSC Motorcycles is the exclusive North American importer of Zongshen motorcycles, including the successful RX3 adventure touring motorcycle and the TT250 dual sport motorcycle. CSC typically introduces new motorcycles under its “Don’t Miss The Boat” program, with pricing designed to attract new customers and large scale market attention.
“We’re extremely excited about the new RC3 motorcycle,”
The CSC RC3 features a full fairing, rearset pegs, inverted forks, and 17-inch cast wheels and radial tires front and rear. The motorcycle has a 4-valve 250cc engine producing 24.8 horsepower, a six-speed transmission, liquid cooling, and fuel injection. It is fully compliant with all Environmental Protection Agency and California Air Resources Board requirements. The suspension is adjustable front and rear. Digital instrumentation includes a tachometer, speedometer, odometer, trip meter, clock, fuel level, gear indicator, and temperature gauge, along with a feature that allows the rider to select either a blue or red background digital readout background.
The CSC RC3 motorcycle is available in red, blue, orange, and white. The motorcycle has a 2-year, unlimited mileage warranty. CSC Motorcycles is located in Azusa California. For more information visit cscmotorcycles.com.
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