1991 | Goose 350

Single-cylinder supersport bike packed with the latest technologies

Goose 350

The highly rigid steel-piped diamond frame combines the typically slim silhouette of a single-cylinder bike with styling reminiscent of a classic mono-cylinder racer. The Goose 350 is equipped with a 350 cm³ oil-cooled 4-stroke 1-cylinder SOHC 4-valve engine with a red zone of 10,000 rpm that generates ample torque from low to high rpm ranges. The chassis features highly rigid inverted forks and large-diameter 300 mm floating disk brakes with powerful stopping performance at the front, and gas-filled shock absorbers, a new link-type suspension, and 210 mm disc brakes at the rear to deliver a superb balance between stable cornering and riding performance. The name “Goose” is inspired by the famous Gooseneck corner on the Isle of Man TT racing course.

Dimensions and weight Dimensions Overall length 1,995 mm
Overall width 710 mm
Overall height 1,055 mm
Wheelbase 1,350 mm
Weight 145 kg (Dry)
Engine Engine type 4-stroke, 1-cylinder, oil-cooled, SOHC
Engine displacement 348 cm³
Bore x stroke 79.0 mm × 71.2 mm
Maximum power 24.3kW(33PS) / 8,000rpm
Maximum torque 32.4N-m / 6,500rpm
Transmission 6-speed constant mesh
Front tire size 110/70-17 54H
Rear tire size 140/70-17 66H