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This is the Jedi Vision K750 sportbike from China

The force is strong with this one. Or is it?

Jedi Vision K750

Chinese motorcycles have come a long way. Brands like CFMOTO have been proving that their machines are well-designed, capable, and will stand the test of time. Who could look at the 700 CL-X and not take a moment to admire it? 

Despite all this, there's still some stigma among the motorcycle communinty surrounding the viability of Chinese-made bikes. That's understandable, but it only means that brands will have to work extra hard to gain consumer trust.

Jedi Vision K750

At the recently held China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition (CIMA), the public was treated to a stunning selection of bikes. Among these was the Jedi Vision K750 sportbike. While it bears no connection to the iconic sci-fi film franchise, the concept motorcycle looks just as out of this world.

With a history of supplying bikes to Chinese police and security companies, Jinan Jedi is now trying its hand at designing a motorcycle that wouldn't be out of place on a movie set. Even with its radical looks, the Jedi Vision K750 could reportedly be close to production. 

Jinan Jedi JFR750
Jinan Jedi GTR750

The bike could be powered by a 730cc parallel-twin power plant, the same one underpinning two of the brand's latest production models. The middleweight engine is used on the GTR750 adventure-tourer and the JFR750 naked bike. On the K750, it makes 68 hp and 67 Nm of torque.

As far as the chassis goes, it's designed by Swiss-based Suter. The K750 also boasts other production-ready features, like LED headlights, DRLs, taillights, and Brembo brakes. 

With the motorcycle concept being showcased alongside its production-spec siblings, it could only be a matter of time before Jinan Jedi brings the K750 sportbike to showrooms in China. However, instead of a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, we could be seeing this motorcycle pretty soon in a country that's very near.

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