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CFMoto reveals 2021 650 NK SP sportsbike

Written by Nizam Shaikh

CFMoto has revealed the popular middleweight naked sports bike in the Australian market, the 2021 CFMoto 650 NK SP. Two things make the CFMoto 650 NK SP popular in the Australian and Asian markets, number one is the affordability and two is that the 650 NK SP is the largest-capacity LAMS (Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme) approved motorcycle in the market.

CFMoto 650 NK SP

The brand has now launched the premium SP edition in the Australian market, which comes with features such as a new five-inch full-colour TFT instruments display, an on-the-fly map selector that allows the rider to choose between sport and eco modes, premium backlit switchgear, subtle bodywork refreshes and a Euro5 emission compliant engine. CFMoto had to tweak the exhaust and the Bosch electronic fuel injection system to achieve the stringent norms. This move leads us to believe that the motorcycle will make its way to the European markets soon and is also likely to come to India as well.

Design & Styling

The CFMoto 650 NK SP features a sharp roadster design language and comes with a staked headlamp with a projector unit, muscular tank with sharp tank shrouds, two-up seats, a sharp tail section, wide handlebars, mildly rear-set footpeg position, conventional KYB telescopic front fork, a side aligned KYB monoshock on the rear, twin petal disc brakes on the front armed with J.Juan callipers and 17-inch aluminium alloy wheels. The CFMoto 650 NK SP is available in two body colour options – Nebula White and Athens Blue.


Powering the CFMoto 650 NK SP is a water-cooled 649cc in-line twin-cylinder DOHC motor that produces 60 Hp of power and 56 Nm of torque. The engine comes with a 6-speed transmission with a slipper clutch system that prevents rear wheel lock-up during aggressive downshifts. The CFMoto 650 NK SP comes with a wheelbase of 1415mm, a very approachable saddle height of 780mm, 150mm of ground clearance, 17-litre of fuel tank capacity and tips the scales at 206 kg at the kerb.