Beste Powerbikes eu

Beste Powerbikes eu

September 6, 2021 Off By admin

For some people a 125 cc bike is a stepping stone into the motorcycling world, while for others it is an ideal machine to avoid menacing beasts that have enough horsepower to tow a fifth wheel trailer and cost a fortune.

Super affordable price tags, economic fuel consumption, beginner friendliness and less strict licensing requirements, combined with a blast riding experience, these are some of the reasons why people choose the small displacement two wheelers. In this episode we will show you the best entries within this class with their detailed specifications and pricing.

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KTM 125 Duke

2019 KTM 125 Duke is the smallest displacement offering in the company’s Naked series that, however, can steal the show from many larger and more expensive bikes. The motorcycle is powered by a 15hp single cylinder engine and is capable of developing 85 mph.

Kymco K-Pipe 125:

2019 Kymco K-Pipe 125 is a mini commuter from the Taiwanese manufacturer KYMCO that offers agile riding, easy handling, and great maneuverability in traffic.

Kawasaki Z125 PRO:

Kawasaki Z125 PRO is one of the small-displacement bikes on the market. It is priced at $3,199 and powered by a 125 cc inline-1.

Honda Grom MSX125:

The Honda Grom is one of the smallest but at the same time most popular two wheelers on the market. It is a great alternative to a scooter with outstanding fuel economy, torquey engine and easy handling.

Yamaha YZF-R125:

2019 Yamaha YZF-R125 is no joke, but rather an ultimate first bike to own. Powered by a 125cc 4-stroke single-cylinder engine, it stands on top of the A1 license-compliant motorcycle range, boasting of the maximum allowed 14.75 horsepower and 8.5 lb-ft of torque.

Honda Monkey 125: and Jane by VIBA:

The Honda Monkey is an ideal combination of retro design, small displacement and high-tech equipment. Moreover, the custom modification by Viba Motors adds a futuristic flavor to the exterior.

Lexmoto LXR125:

This Chinese manufacturer might be unfamiliar to many motorcyclists, but in some countries Lexmoto has actually managed to establish solid dealership networks and their small displacement bikes are becoming quite popular. The LXR125 sportbike is the current flagship model from Lexmoto.

Suzuki GSX-R 125 and GSX-S 125: /

These two Suzuki siblings are enjoying great sales numbers across multiple markets sporting a rich equipment package, strong brand trust and affordable price. Out of the two the GSX-S 125 is a half-naked motorcycle, while the GSX R is a fully faired version.

Benelli BN 125:

Benelli BN 125 is an entry-level naked bike by Benelli. It is targeted towards the beginner riders and offers a combination of versatility and performance. The bike is set in motion by the 125cc single-cylinder engine, which delivers the max output of 11 horsepower and 7.4 lb-ft of torque.

Honda Grom by Mad Industries:

If you are convinced that a tiny Honda Grom cannot look like a beastly machine, then you haven’t seen custom modifications by the Californian company Mad Industries in cooperation with Composimo fabrication.

Honda CB125R:

If you were to ask us, the latest CB125R is among the best looking bikes in its class, combining the retro styling with modern features of a premium naked motorcycle. Just as its larger siblings CB300R and CB1000R it shares the neo sport café design. .