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Omega Automobiles Brings Three Models of GPX Racing Bikes in Nepal

Omega Automobiles has silently released three models of GPX Racing bikes in the Nepali market. Bikes of GPX racing are manufactured in Thailand and comes with the Italian engineering and design. Legend 200, Legend Gentleman 200 and Demon 150GN are the three models of GPX Racing bikes which have been officially launched in Nepal.

Mr. Lama, Chairman of GPX Racing Nepal mentioned that GPX will also be launching GPX Razor and an off-road variant of GPX in the Nepali market after October.

Talking the about GPX bikes, Gentleman and Legend have quite a unique look than all the 200cc segment bikes currently present in Nepal. Legend and Gentleman have an eye-catchy and classic look due to its distinct design of headlight and body. These two bikes somewhat resemble similar to Royal Enfield Continental GT. In my view, the vintage appearances of these bikes of GPX will surely grab attention on the roads of Nepal.

Demon 150GN is a naked sports variant which also looks different than other 150cc bikes in Nepal due to its split seat and golden colored suspension in front. The headlight of this bike seems to be a bit bulky after having a glimpse at its rear section. Demon 150GN is the first 150cc bike in Nepal to get an underbelly exhaust which provides sporty looks to this bike.

GPX Racing Bikes in Nepal


GPX Racing Demon 150GN

Demon 150GN is powered by a four-stroke single cylinder air cooled engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 14.2BHP at 8000 rpm and maximum torque of 13.6NM at 6500 rpm. 150GN of GPX racing consists of trellis frame which makes this bike aerodynamic and boosts up the performance of the bike.

Demon 150GN Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 149cc
  • Maximum Power: 14.2BHP @ 8000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 13.6NM @ 6500 rpm
  • Mileage: N/A
  • No. Of Gears: 5
  • Front Brake: Single Disc
  • Rear Brake: Single Disc
  • Dry Weight: 130 kg
  • Fuel Tank: 8 liters

GPX Racing Demon 150GN Price in Nepal: Currently Unavailable


GPX Racing Legend

197cc engine of Legend is a four-stroke single-cylinder oil cooled engine which produces maximum power of 21.5BHP at 8000 rpm and maximum torque of 18.5NM at 8000 rpm. Gentleman and Legend are given twin disc brake at the front which provides a decent braking capability even at higher speed. Moreover, it is the first bike in its class to get twin disc brake in the Nepali market.

Legend Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 197cc
  • Maximum Power: 21.5BHP @ 8000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 18.5NM @ 8000 rpm
  • Mileage: N/A
  • No. Of Gears: 6
  • Front Brake: Twin Disc Brake Dual Caliper
  • Rear Brake: Single Piston Caliper
  • Dry Weight: 140 kg
  • Fuel Tank: 11.5 liters

GPX Racing Legend Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,63,700


GPX Racing Gentleman

Gentleman consists of a 197cc engine which is an oil cooled four stroke, single cylinder engine. The engine of Gentleman produces maximum power of 21.5BHP @ 8000 rpm and maximum torque of 18.5NM @ 8000rpm. It consists of a six-speed manual transmission system which allows this bike to obtain the top speed of 137 km/hr. 

Gentleman Key Specifications

  • Engine Displacement: 197cc
  • Maximum Power: 21.5BHP @ 8000 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 18.5NM @ 8000 rpm
  • Mileage: N/A
  • No. Of Gears: 6
  • Front Brake: Twin Disc Brake Dual Caliper
  • Rear Brake: Single Piston Caliper
  • Dry Weight: 160 kg
  • Fuel Tank: 12 liters

GPX Racing Gentleman Price in Nepal: Rs. 4,83,700


Gentleman and Legend are one of the best cafe racers that are currently available in Nepal. These bikes provide vintage looks and are different in terms of design from all the 200cc bikes currently available in the Nepali market. Moreover, these bikes are loaded with good amount features like the upside down forks at front, dual disk brake, and dual rear suspension — all at a reasonable price.

When it comes to Demon 150GN, it seems to be a bit overpriced compared with other 150cc bikes in Nepal. The major reason behind the high pricing of Demon 150GN is the upside down forks and underbelly exhaust. Furthermore, Demon 150GN is given IRC tires which are the same tire used in Indonesian version of Yamaha R15 V3.

Stay tuned to TechLekh as we will get you more details on bikes of this newly launched brand in our upcoming posts. 

Let us know in the comments about your thoughts on these new GPS Racing bikes in Nepal. Are you planning to buy one of them?


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