KPR 200

American Lifan utilized the American International Motorcycle Exposition (AIMExpo), the largest powersports tradeshow in the United States, as a platform to launch several new products for next year. American Lifan’s President and CEO, Tony Sun, said “AIMExpo was a huge success for us and the momentum we gained shows no sign of slowing down. Our 2017 lineup appears to be a huge hit with both consumers and dealers alike”.  The KP (King Power) series models appeared to be getting a lot of attention in the booth and Sun stated “Riders with a passion for racing will notice Lifan borrows heavily from our racing team which translates directly into unmatched performance in our classes”. Over a month later, the effects of the record consumer crowd of over 12,000 who flooded the AIMExpo floor, are being felt from Orlando Florida to Ontario California. According to Sun, Lifan’s biggest challenge is setting up dealers fast enough to keep up with the projected demand. With United States sales of motorcycles on the rise, and the demand for small displacement bikes higher than ever, Lifan appears to be entering the market with perfect timing.


Have you ever wanted to ride a championship-winning bike? Now you can, with the KPR-200. The KP-series motorcycles have claimed 17 championships in 18 CRRC competitions since 2012! With our new engine, allowing the KPR-200 to delivery the most power and torque in its class, and Lifan patented Electronic Fuel Injection technology, you can experience the thrill of championship racing

  • 200cc six-speed water cooled engine
  • Low air-resistance body design
  • LED headlight and Daytime Running Lights
  • Racer-class tachometer
  • Racing-style dual seats
  • Multi-segment adjustable central shock absorber
  • Easily modded to suit your needs
Dimensions 81.1″ x 29.9″ x 43.5″
Wheelbase 52.4 inches
Net Weight 330 lbs
Seat Height 30.5 inches
Fuel Capacity 3.7 Gals
Engine Type 198ml water-cooled single cylinder four-stroke
Bore and Stroke 65.5mm x 58.8mm
Compression Ratio 11:1
Valve Train SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder
Max Power 17hp/8000 RPM
Max Torque 12.5ft/6500 RPM
Start Electric
Transmission Six-speed, hand clutch
Brakes Disk/disk
Wheel Al-alloy
Front Tire 90/90-17
Rear Tire 120/80-17
Max Speed 75 mph
Fuel Consumption 107mpg