Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for MEGELLI Motorcycles.
The Megelli project was created by the British company SLD UK and turned out to be international.
It all started in 2005 with the first sketches, which showed something delicate, put on two wheels.
In 2007, the first production samples were released.
Apparently, someone from the initiative group managed to interest Chinese and Taiwanese investors in their project.
As a result, the motorcycle turned out to be truly transnational: it has British ideology, Italian design, Taiwanese components and Chinese assembly.
Originally the heart of the motorcycle was a 125 cc air-cooled SYM Taiwanese motor, but now it has been replaced by a 250 cc engine designed by the Piaggio Group (but produced there - in Taiwan).
The engine is housed in a powerful frame consisting of a die-cast aluminum rear and a tubular steel front.
This splendor is adjoined by a powerful pendulum, which is a construction of aluminum tubes.
A monoshock and a telescopic front fork with a feather diameter of 38 mm even look somehow faded against the background of an openwork "skeleton", but they still fulfill their functions.