Following the reveal of its ‘Grown Up’ concept at last year’s EICMA bike show, Brixton Motorcycles has confirmed that the bike is headed for production.

Known as the Cromwell, the upcoming naked bike will be built in China and powered by a 1200cc parallel twin.

While production will remain in China, the design and development work is conducted in Austria by Brixton’s parent company KSR Group.

The Brixton clearly borrows tricks from Triumph’s T120 Bonneville, albeit a much cheaper rendition.

What is Brixton Motorcycles?

Brixton is owned by KSR Group, an Austrian-based importer of bikes from brands like CFMoto, Lambretta and Royal Enfield.

The bikemaker currently has a number of new bikes in development, each taking on familiar modern-retro styling.

An Australian debut is unlikely.

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