Daelim VJF250 Roadwin

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Daelim Roadwin

Daelim VJF250 Roadwin

new LAMS laws allowing choice, will newcomers to the arena find a market? Korea’s Daelim is on to a good



Eye-catching looks


Roomy’ riding position


No kill switch

As a newcomer to the market, Daelim may not be as well in Australia as its Japanese rivals, or South Korean counterpart But much like its domestic Daelim Motor is part of a conglomeration (itself primarily on engineering, construction and petrochemicals) also happens to build

The two-wheeled side of the operation back over four and in the early 1980s received a of technical support from a lot of which can still be recognised in week’s test candidate, the VJF250 Roadwin.

Topping the Daelim range company’s main focus is the LAMS-approved VJF250 is an eye-catching, faired motorcycle featuring a and fuel-injected single-cylinder engine develops around 21hp

Mated to a five-speed gearbox, brochure promises performance on par similar capacity rivals, and to our research is about 5hp off Honda’s single-cylinder — and soon to be — CBR250R.

But for just the Roadwin represents plenty of

Tipping the scales at 173kg the VJF250 isn’t the lightest in its class, but there are still of redeeming features. A low seat smooth powertrain, honest and grippy twin-disc brakes a little overkill, but far more than not enough oomph) the bike a good base which new riders can build skills, while the roomy position allows enough for the taller among us to ride and comfortable.

Further flexibility sees the lever offer span through four settings.

The TRON-like illumination of the instrument looks very cool and an easy-to-read digital speedo while also featuring a indicted analogue tachometer. plus for new riders is the inclusion of a gauge, though noticeably, the doesn’t have a kill (there’s a headlamp switch in its However the centrestand is a nice feature on the bike gets the up from us.

The rear seat double luggage strap on each side, while are handholds for pillion passengers. storage is limited like bikes in this class.

Vibrations familiar to many bikes are evident on the VJF250, the engine’s inclusion of a balance But in fairness, the vibrations did dissipate as we on the kays and may have been the of a tight mill (our bike had 300km at the time of

Power delivery on the VJF is quite all the way from the bottom end, an increase in tempo at around Redline is 11,000rpm, before the rev gatecrashes the party 500rpm By then, it’s well and run its course, but from standstill the VJF – certainly no rev machine – does get up to with a minimum of fuss, in with a nice exhaust (for a single) and hassle-free injection; no more choke

Daelim could get away slightly taller gearing, as the VJF on around 7000rpm at 100km/h. a tooth or two on the rear and the already engine would produce an more impressive fuel figure. The fuel tank is a accommodating 15 litres.

The gearbox on the gets the job done — not super slick, but no problems missed gears and the like.

We noticed a hint of fuel touching the nostrils when behind the screen at freeway but this is likely to be a local issue given the bike in Australia as a knock-down kit.

Daelim Roadwin

As far as handling is concerned, the VJF250 is a top heavy compared to its rivals felt at slower speeds), but on the road cuts a composed even when the roads get a bit

If you’re shopping on price you could do a lot worse than the Grey imports and frequently used bikes are hardly the introduction to what’s ultimately an way to get around.

At a whisker under the VJF250 is $260 less the Megelli 250 R, a good $1000 the GT250R, and a whopping $2590 the Ninja 250R.

As the battle for in the entry-level 250cc road market heats up, Daelim has a to keep it on the front foot.



Type: Water-cooled, single-cylinder, four-valve


Fuel system: Fuel


Final drive: ring chain


Daelim Roadwin
Daelim Roadwin
Daelim Roadwin
Daelim Roadwin
Daelim Roadwin

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