2006 CCM 644 R30 Motorcycle

17 Feb 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on 2006 CCM 644 R30 Motorcycle
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30

2006 CCM 644 R30

Turn the key, hit the electric start button for the first time and you break into a grin – but then so does everyone when they hear the roar.

The note from that stunning big single engine, with twin carbs and twin sparks – tuned through a stainless steel exhaust – reminds you what it is that you find so enjoyable about riding a motorcycle.

Slot it into gear, open the throttle – and the grin on your face spreads even further.

You just know that this is a motorcycle with the power and performance for you to push as hard as you want – but that you’ll always be able to tame when you need to.

The handling performance that the chassis, frame and short wheel base promised is delivered in a ride that is more precise and immediate than anything you’ve ridden before.

Ride into town – and if you can ignore the admiring, inquisitive stares of every other biker you pass – you’ll find the R30 is the perfect commuting machine. Oil cooled efficiency from the engine combines with a cush drive that gives you a ride so smooth you’ll never want to get off.

The ride height gives you great visibility over hedges and cars, and the 820mm width gets you safely through the narrowest gaps.

But it’s when you take it out of town that you’ll discover what the R30’s really about; this motorcycle redefines what you can expect from two wheels on twisting country roads.

You’ve got to ride it to believe it. OK, a Supermoto hasn’t got the straight line performance of sports bikes – but then who passed their test to ride in straight lines? The R30 rewards you in other ways, sticking to the road through twisting bends as if it was on rails; with acceleration, handling and braking that will get you safely past anything.

The R30 is remarkable – but don’t take our word for this – find out for yourself, today – Please click here to download pdf brochure.

644 R30 – Bike Specification;


Type – 4 stroke, oil-cooled, OHC

No of Cylinders – 1

Bore – 100mm

Stroke – 82mm

Displacement – 644cm3

Compression Ratio – 9:3:1

Carburettor – Mikuni BSR32, twin

Starter System – Electric

Lubrication System – Wet Sump

Power – 53hp (39.5kW) @7000rpm

Torque – 52Nw @5800rpm

Valve Train – Chain Drive

Ignition – Electronic Ignition (CDI)

Generator – 12V/200W AC

Rectifier – Three Phase

Clutch – Wet multi-plate type

Transmission – 5-speed, constant mesh

Gearshift Pattern – one down four up


Overall Length – 2078mm

Overall Width – 820mm

Wheelbase – 1500mm

CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30

Ground Clearence – 280mm

Seat Height – 865mm, (815mm ofr low version)

Dry Mass – 137kg

Front Forks – 43mm diameter USD type, Lenght 910mm

Compression damping – adjustable to 35 positiobs

Rebound damping – adjustable to 30 positions

Stroke – 275mm

Rear Shock – Mono shock- Lenght 340mm. Piggy-back reservoir.

Compression damping – adjustable to 7 positions.

Rebound damping – adjustable to 11 positions

Stroke – 95mm


Front – Brembo, 320mm floating disc

Rear – Brembo, 220mm disc


Front – 120 x 60 x 17 Pirelli Dragon

Rear – 150 x 60 x 17 Pirelli Dragon

Fuel Tank – PA12 nylon and x-linked PE composite construction. 10 litre

Colours – Metallic Red, Metallic Green Black

CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30
CCM 644 R30

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