Moto Morini Seimmezzo STR 2022, It is a versatile, fun, and multifaceted companion for both daily movement and day trips, capable of distinguishing itself for its riding simplicity and frame rigour typical of the Moto Morini brand and motorcycles.
Seimmezzo was created with the intention of satisfying two motorcycle families: those who love naked bikes par excellence will find their favourite playmate in the STR version, while those who prefer the world of fashion and trendiness will be captivated by the SCR version's unique design and personality.
Moto Morini suspends the Twin in the STR's steel frame. The 6 1/2 rides on a fully adjustable Kayaba fork and a 18-inch rim with low-profile 120/70-18M/C tyres up front. A central spring strut with adjustable preload and rebound supports the aluminium rear wheel swing arm.
The swing arm is fitted with a 160/60-17M/C tyre on a 17-inch rim. As a spoke rim, if desired. The Italians use a double disc brake system with axially bolted Brembo floating callipers up front. The only control system is a Bosch ABS. The seat is 810 mm high. The Seiemmezzo is visually similar to the old Morini Scrambler models. Compact in the front, open in the back.
It produces 60 horsepower and 54 Newton-meters of torque into the transmission. The four-stroke engine with water cooling is powered by a Bosch injection system, has a relatively low compression ratio of 11.3:1, and is capable of propelling the Seienmezzo up to 175 km/h. The seat is terminated by a small rear light.
A swing arm handles the indicators and the licence plate holder. The pilot is seated on a slightly stepped seat behind a flat tubular handlebar, looking at a digital cockpit and the large LED round headlights, both of which are standard on the new large Scrambler. The exhaust ends in a short tailpipe on the side under the engine, which is unusual for Scramblers.