KEEWAY K-LIGHT 125

2019 Keeway K-Light 125

Rebel

RRP £2299.00 +OTR

K-light is the new 125 Keeway cruiser, inspired by the look of the greats in its category. It is a bike with a rebellious character designed for those who want to approach the world of custom motorcycles with an easy and attractive model.
The bike sports a single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine with two valves to ensure smoothness and agility in all conditions. Its maximum power is 7.8 kW at 9000 rpm, with torque of 8.9 Nm at 7500 rpm. The typical teardrop-shaped tank and the round headlight give this bike a soul that is purely cruiser. Even the comfortable seat offers a very relaxed riding position. The braking system features a 280 mm disc (CBS) on the front and in the back a 240 mm disc (CBS). K-light 125 mounts a 17" rim on the front and 15" on the back, respectively with 90/90 and 130/90 tyres.

Silver
Silver
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Red

Technical Specifications

How long does it take you to finish a cover?


The process of creating a cover varies depending on complexity, rate of response and several other things. An average time is about a week and a half, with some covers getting done in 3-4 days and others requiring 3 weeks or more.




I want to commission a custom cover. Can you explain the process?


Before anything else I would sugest contacting me to check if my availability fits your deadline. After we’ve come to an agreement on the deadline, you’ll need to fill in the custom cover brief containing questions pertinent to the book you want a cover designed for and pay an immediate down payment of $50 (discounted from the total cost of the custom) securing your spot in my schedule. When the month your spot is scheduled in, comes around, I’ll review the form information and contact you (either by email, message, or online call - whichever you prefer most) to discuss more in detail the vision for your project or any other details that we may need to and start working on creating your cover. Next, I'll research the genre of your book for new trends and make a rough sketch with the concept I propose. Once that is approved, I'll start putting together the cover. You will receive previews of the stages in the process that give you the chance to review and make changes to the design if you feel it's not going in the direction you want. Once you are satisfied with the design and the rest of the agreed-upon amount is paid in full, you will receive the final artwork files.




What are your refund/cancellation policies?


For premades, I will only issues a full refund if the cover hasn't already been customized. For custom covers, if the artwork has already created and the files have been sent, I won’t issue a refund. If you contact me within a week since securring your spot in my calendar to cancel it, I will refund in full the $50 down-payment. Beyond absolute emergencies, I won’t cancel a project. In the rare case that I do, I will issue a full refund, regardless of how much work has been done on your commission.




Can you create a series of covers based on a premade?


Usually, yes. Most of my premades are created having in mind the possibility of a continuation, but there are some rare cases in which that may not be possible. Pricing will be in line with my custom cover option rather than premade price. Please contact me directly to see if the premade cover you are considering purchasing can be made into a series, to discuss availability and any other inquires you may have.




Where do you get your images?


My images are typically licensed with Deposit Photos. I also use Daz renders that I create myself or in rare cases images purchased from different stock providers. Typical licensing is up to 500,000 copies. Contact me for extensive licensing needed for more print copies, promotional items or any item meant for resale and distribution.




Are your cover designs sold only once?


Yes! Any cover is finished and customised just for the buyer, and it will never be sold by me again. I most likely won’t use the same image in another cover, but unfortunately, this doesn’t guarantee that the stock image itself (if it’s not a Daz render created by me) won’t be used by another designer.




Can I commission an ebook cover now and a paperback version later? How about an audiobook version?


Yes, you can definetly comission additional options at a later date! Just please contact me with at least a week before you need to have them so I can make time in my schedule to create them.




Do I have to credit you in my book?


I will greatly appreciate it if you acknowledge my work and add the following to formats of any form (ebook, print copy, audiobook, or future forms of creative content) with full writing or hyperlinks therein: Cover Design by Alexandra Purtan at www.fenix-designs.com