The Chaly is the little sister of the Dax. The low frame makes it easy to get on while wearing a skirt, and the leg shields protect the rider from splashing water. Introduced in the early seventies, it received a major restyling at the dawn of the eighties. With it’s new square elements like the headlight and exhaust it was a real trendsetter. The new model also received a modern 12volt CDI ignition instead of the 6volt system with contact breakers. The Chaly is popular with tuners and lowriders and was available as CF50 and CF70.