|644 R30 - Bike Specification|
|Type||4 stroke, oil-cooled, OHC|
|No of Cylinders||1|
|Carburettor||Mikuni BSR32, twin|
|Lubrication System||Wet Sump|
|Power||53hp (39.5kW) @7000rpm|
|Valve Train||Chain Drive|
|Ignition||Electronic Ignition (CDI)|
|Clutch||Wet multi-plate type|
|Transmission||5-speed, constant mesh|
|Gearshift Pattern||one down four up|
|Seat Height||865mm, (815mm ofr low version)|
|Front Forks||43mm diameter USD type, Lenght 910mm|
|Compression damping adjustable to 35 positiobs|
|Rebound damping adjustable to 30 positions.|
|Rear Shock||Mono shock- Lenght 340mm. Piggy-back reservoir.|
|Compression damping sdjustable to 7 positions.|
|Rebound damping adjustable to 11 positions|
|Front||Brembo, 320mm floating disc|
|Rear||Brembo, 220mm disc|
|Front||120 x 60 x 17 Pirelli Dragon|
|Rear||150 x 60 x 17 Pirelli Dragon|
|Fuel Tank||PA12 nylon and x-linked PE composite construction. 10 litre|
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Written on: 20/10/2009
so much fun i cant believe it! iv always had sports bikes but now i hardly use my yammy R1. the power is so instant, the ccm pulls like a truck and wheels anytime you like! i love the white power suspension and brembo brakes... but best of all is the sound, i feel like the devil riding down the road on mine... sounds like thunder!!! if you thinking of buying one of these just buy it fast! every day you will be smiling like a Cheshire cat i promise! buy 1 buy 1 buy 1..... but mines not for… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2009 by rc30mart (1 review written)
The CCM 664 R30 is the best handling bike ive riden, only fallen off once! i ride it every day along the sierra de tramontana mountain road, noththing much wrong with it… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/03/2009
Great looking bike all the best bits fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun 2 ride handles really well i love mine the big bore kit IS GREEEEEEEEEEEEAT… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/03/2009 by lcnut (1 review written)
i love my ccm 664 r30 i got 4 bikes in total i get r30 out every time I LOVE IT… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2008 by ccmick (1 review written)
If you are handy with a tool kit these bikes are very involving as you WILL get to know the mechanics intimately but if you persist, and join a forum for advice, they are addictive… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/04/2008
The CCM 664 is my second bike. pole position had so far my ducati multistrada 1000DS. But I have to admit, I take the CCM more and more...
Great fun factor, very easy to handle and top design.
You see very few on the street - a real eye chatcher (at least in Austria)… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2008 by silverstorm (4 reviews written)
These bikes are great fun on the twisties and the speeds at which you can enjoy the fun are lower than a sports bike so your license is a bit safer, just don't go around trying to hoik up the front wheel and jumping speed humps.
Its well worth trying one of these bikes.....although I have moved on to something more comfortable....a retro.
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Written on: 07/10/2007 by Simon Spiers (6 reviews written)
Once this bike had all its teething faults ironed out, and the engine loosened, the bike was fitted with a larger front sprocket. On dual carriageways it is possible to hit the rev limiter in top on standard gearing with the engine sitting 500 rpm into the red.
The brakes are fantastic. Very powerful and yet good feel. Handling is great if a touch skittery, and the WP suspension is non fade and quality stuff. The Pirelli MTR02's grip from cold but the rear is shot after 2000 miles. Paint… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2006 by big cil (1 review written)
I have owned all sorts of motorcycles and this is the one brand I would NEVER go back to - parts are slow to arrive (and you will need them) and other bike brands of the same type are faster, better built and give you a better service - DO NOT USE… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/10/2005 by oyb training (1 review written)
All in all the CCM 664 R30 super motard is a tremendous machine. Both the R30 short, and full height versions. Make sure you fit bark busters, then in a light spill there is very little that will break. I have just sold 2 R30's (short), and have replaced them with 3 full height, and one short… Read Full Review