AJP Motos launched their new models at the NEC Motorcycle Live in December. AJP say that their approach is based on a 'Keep It Simple' philosophy with bikes which are tough and uncomplicated offering a robust and fun ride. AJP motorcycles are designed and hand-built in Portugal.
AJP came third in Wales in the 'Dawn To Dusk' Enduro event in 2012 and in the top ten in 'The Tough One' last year ('The Tough One' is on this Saturday 12th January 2013 by the way if you fancy heading to Shropshire for an exciting muddy weekend) - so they have a pretty good track record.
If you want to see AJP's full range then have a look at their website but here are a couple of AJP's latest offerings to whet your appetitie:
The new watercooled PR5 250
This replaces the aircooled model and features a brand new engine. It is a lighter, more powerful bike and has its cylinder-head design done “in house” to give a balance of low down torque and top-end rush. It retails at £3850.00 for the trail version.
The new 240cc oil/aircooled
This bike is available from February 2013, alongside the existing 200 engine. It packs more power, more torque and has only a marginal weight increase making the 240cc-engined bikes a really fun ride.
The new level 125cc bike, the City Trail
Have a go!
If you are interested in off road motorcycling but are inexperienced or a novice and would like to have a go then Trailworld are an associate of AJP motos and offer individuals and small groups the chance to have a go either in Hertfordshire in the UK or in Spain on their fleet of AJP 200 motorcycles. They match groups depending on experience so you will be with people of a similar skill level if you want to give it a try this is a good safe way to start and learn some skills. If you are already hooked on off road riding then you can enjoy riding in the beautiful countryside in either the UK or Spain - nice.