Bike review: Italjet Dragster 200 is a hyper scooter with punch and poise

The current model is a fresh interpretation of the two-stroke Dragster 180 from the 1990s. ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG
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SINGAPORE - The Italjet Dragster 200 does not have a hook in its cockpit to secure your takeaway kopi or kaya toast. Its sleek mirrors lack coverage and the underseat stowage barely fits a pair of gloves and mobile phone.

The rear passenger seat is slightly bigger than an adult's outstretched fingers. Riding two-up on long hauls can be a limb-aching experience for the pillion rider.

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