Model: Beast 110cc Make: Yamoto Year: not too sure but prob 2006 Specs: Engine: 4 stroke 107cc air-cooled OHC Fuel capacity: 3L Transmission: Manual 1D3U suspension: non-adjustable front forks, mono rear shock (spring load adjustable) Max speed: 70-80kmph Weight: 65kg Bike Size: 160cm (overall length) Wheel Base: 120cm Engine starting: Electric/kick start Brakes: discs front & rear Seat Height: 72cm Who this bike is for: Someone who is either starting out or just wants a half decent bike for a good price that won't fall apart on them straight away. Price: $699 (from local store) Photo: [Replies]: Overall, this is a good bike and I have not experienced any problems with it yet and have taken it for a good thrashing through very rough terrain designed for 4WD's and it hasn't missed a beat. It changes gears easily and smoothly and the engine has plenty of grunt for 110cc. The seat is very comfortable compared to other mini bikes i've rode on. The swing-arm is of acceptable quality with extra bracing welded around the shock mount and other areas. The sticker kit was already put on so no stuffing around with that. The only problem i can see with the bike is the front forks are way too soft and could be fixed with some heavier oil. The handle bars are crap so they should be changed as well which I obviously have done. Also the exhaust is very loud so you would need a silencer if you wanted to ride this around populated areas. Another plus is I bought this from a Yamoto dealer on the Gold-Coast so parts are easy to get. I would give it a 7/10 -good for a starter bike but could use some better parts here and there. BTW the model of the bike is "The Beast" and no I don't think it's a Beast either.