Although QLINK has a reputation for producing bikes that are more affordably priced than the competition, that’s not necessarily the case when it comes to the Sapero. Sharing a market segment with such models as the Honda Rebel Base, Yamaha V Star 250, and Suzuki GZ250, the Sapero is comparable in price and actually was more expensive than the Honda and the Suzuki when it was first released. The QLINK Sapero was discontinued in 2009. However many used models remain on the market. With the QLINK name not retaining its market value as much as more recognizable brands like Honda or Yamaha, it’s often possible to pick up a good used Sapero at a bargain price. The Sapero is a nice, compact cruiser bike that’s lightweight enough to be propelled by its efficient 244cc engine. With its attractive styling enhanced by lustrous chrome accents, the 2008 QLINK Sapero is a nice looking bike that delivers reasonably good performance. It’s also one of the more modernly styled sport cruisers you’ll find on the road. With split, two-level seating, excellent ergonomics, and all that legroom, the Sapero is also comfortable, making it a great bike for taking on longer trips. It’s unfortunate that QLINK didn’t see fit to carry on producing the Sapero after 2009. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find a good deal on one of them in the used market.