The bike is based on AJP Moto’s PR4 200cc model and combines many of the features pioneered on ABR Osvaldo Garcia’s bike, which he took on a two-month 11,371-mile voyage from the AJP factory in Portugal to Pretoria in South Africa. A prototype Terrestre is currently being built.
“The idea of a super-lightweight off-road capable bike kitted out to do big distances is just what the market has been waiting for,” says AJP’s brand development manager, Alan Pumfrey.
“If you’re attending the Horizons event, be sure to look out for a black-and-yellow AJP that’s like nothing seen before!”
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