The low price of the Hunter 350 is particularly noticeable in the equipment. Apart from the 2-channel ABS, there are no technical helpers. In the cockpit, however, we discover a hazard warning lights, an on-board computer with gear indicator and a USB charging socket on the clutch. So you can easily mount your mobile phone on the medium-wide handlebars and charge it while riding – wonderful.
Brake and clutch levers are not adjustable in range, we find a cable clutch as well as classic round mirrors, which allow a rather mediocre view to the rear. The lighting also comes classically simple without LED technology. The tubular steel frame with the double base is attached to the engine.
The conventional 41 mm telescopic fork is not adjustable, but the stereo struts are at least in the preload. The spring travel is rather short with 130mm front and 105mm rear. The brakes are also on the simple side: front and rear we find a single disc with Bybre calipers.