$6,999 + on-road costs
Apollo Cafe Racer
Electronic Fuel Injection
Classic styling meets modern engineering. In a first for Sol Invictus, the Apollo Cafe Racer comes standard with a DELPHI Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) system. Experience better fuel efficiency and a more even throttle response, resulting in a more engaging overall riding experience.
Time to ride sale
Spring is here and we are celebrating with our biggest sales event yet. Save across the range of demonstrators and new motorcycles and for a limited time get access to 18 Months Interest Free from Zip Money. Sale ends 30 September 2019.
Welcome to the next level of braking. The Apollo Cafe Racer features an advanced ABS Hydraulic brake system featuring 4 piston front brake calipers and double piston rear brake calipers. Ride with confidence on a motorcycle that embraces class leading braking.
Following on from the rest of the Sol Invictus range, the Apollo Cafe Racer is LAMS (Learner) approved in both Australia and New Zealand, and represents the best value for money classic motorcycle package on the market.
What our customers say
The Mercury 250 is the everyday workhorse that's helped me get from A to B with confidence as a new rider. It's versatility and customization options allow for the rider to pick/choose what he/she wants the Mercury to represent about them. The price can't be beaten, and the service from the crew is above and beyond what you get anywhere else.
Michael LSydney, Australia
I've had the pleasure of owning a Mercury for several months now, it is an absolute pleasure to ride and own. It is beautiful, easy to use and a perfect first bike. Furthermore, the guys at Sol Invictus are great and always helpful.
Mark CSydney, Australia
My boyfriend and I bought a Mercury after our ages old scooter broke down and it's the best decision ever. It's a beautifully vintage looking bike with a very efficient engine and the best part is that it is so customisable. It's very reliable and a great way to zip around the city.
I’ve had my Nemesis for about 18 months, and couldn’t be happier. The stock bike is great, but I added a couple of little customisations that makes me feel like it’s one of a kind, including moto grips and bar end mirrors. The guys at Sol were great in stepping me through the possibilities. Highly recommend the Nemesis, what a bike.
As a brand new rider I was unsure of the best bike to learn on. I sat on a few bikes before the Mercury but they all felt too big or just not quite right. My only word of warning when it comes to the Mercury is that it is addictive, you will want to customise your bike. You will want to ride it day and night.
I bought my Merc when i first got my Ls and have loved riding it ever since. It's a great bike to ride around the city, with a comfortable ride height and good manoeuvrability.It's also a great bike to work on and customise yourself. I had no knowledge about bikes before i bought the Merc and I've done heaps to mine already and have much more planned.
From the first moment I saw them on the road I wanted one. I have almost done 20 000 kms now, countless trips from Sydney to Wollongong and Newcastle. I’ve even driven to Orange and back. It has never missed a beat. The thing that has always been the biggest asset for either the Mercury or the Nemesis is the way you can individualise the bike. For me that's a great way for me to express myself.
Having done some research, I had short listed a few bikes suitable (by budget, size and comfort). One of the first I sat on was the Nemesis. Great Engine size. Great price. Great feel. The sizing and layout of the bike is just what you’d expect comfortable and simple - controls, foot controls, ride height/reach etc. That was it, I was sold, I committed to my first bike.
|Engine||Single Cylinder 4 Stroke 400|
|Power Output||20.2kw / 7500 rpm|
|Max Torque||30nm / 5500 rpm|
|Fuel System||DELPHI EFI system|
|Front Tyre||3:25 - 18”|
|Rear Tyre||130/80 - 18”|
|Fuel Tank||17 L|
|Front Brake||ABS Hydraulic brake system|
|Rear Brake||ABS Hydraulic brake system|