Looks to be a chinese made bike.
Be cautious when buying chinese. Thier QA is not up to par with what North Americans expect.
Big grumbles from buyers of chinese bikes are:
-Poorly assembled, often requiring much fo the bike to be disassembled and put back together with loc-tite.
-Poor parts availability for non-honda clone bikes
-very poor warranty service (make sure you read just what “6 month limited warranty” means to this company)
The best chinese make seems to be Lifan. But even they aren’t considered on par with the Korean makes, let alone the Japanese bikes.
Many chinese bikes use a clone of the Honda 238cc parrallel twin (the engine found in the Rebel 250 and Nighhawk). The nice thing about these bikes is that when you need a part, you can put any honda compatible oem or aftermarket part in there.
This johnny pag uses a parrallel twin 300cc engine. It could just be a borred out 238, or it could be an entirely different engine.
They claim 18.5 pounds of torque, which puts it a few up on the rebel, and would be about right for a bored out 238cc.
In all honesty, at $3400 US, you might as well get a used Rebel or other 250cc cruiser. The tiny difference in power won’t really be noticed, but the piece of mind knowing that when something goes wrong, you’ll have a dealer network and parts supply *on this continent* are not to be overlooked.
The United Motors bikes they sell are, I believe, Hyosoung made.
“The two seconds between ‘Oh S**!’ and the crash isn’t a lot of practice time.”