It wasn’t so straightforward to ride the Fundy Adventure Rally on a Chinese-built Konker with a ghost on your shoulder…
Adam puts his time in on the Konker, just like every other CMGer.
Pitster Pro distributors also bringing in a Honda Trail clone.
W.C. Distributing confirms they’re talking with KSM200’s manufacturer.
It looks as if B.C. based Konker Motors may have closed up shop.
Zac finally gets the new smaller rear sprocket fitted and decides to take the Konker for a day trip to Deer Island.
Zac takes a face plant during his daily commute. Time to see how well the Konker crashes …
Who wants to break in a 200cc single? Zac does! The Konker moves to Saint John for some dirt trails and commuting duties.
With the bike together and roadworthy, all we needed to do now was to get it road legal. Sigh.
Neil Johnston grabs Konker’s new KSM200 supermoto for a blast through Vancouver and into the trails beyond. Is this the start of a new day for Chinese-built motorcycles?