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2015 HONDA CBR125R

The 125cc sportsbike class is where riding careers begin. For the vast majority of new riders, these machines are the first step on a path that could lead anywhere, right to the top. For this reason 125ccsportsbikes have a huge responsibility. They must be just as rewarding to ride as bigger Supersports machines, particularly where engine power is less important, such as in town and on very twisty roads. They must be easy to ride too, patiently nurturing new riders and building their confidence on two wheels. If a 125cc sportsbike can put its rider at ease with the fundamentals of control then it has done its job.

Of course the perfect 125cc sportsbike is also huge fun to ride. Such machines are motorcycling’s first chance to capture a rider’s imagination; its opportunity to show just how exhilarating and rewarding riding can be, not to mention how much more practical it is as a means of travelling today’s congested urban roads. This can only be achieved by offering a machine that’s designed from the ground up as a sportsbike – delivering the crisp responses and thrilling performance young riders demand.

Reliability and low maintenance are all-important. Any rider’s first bike is likely to be called upon to perform a huge range of tasks, from weekend leisure riding to weekday commuting. Absolute reliability must be a given, while low running costs and hassle-free ownership are also critical. Ideally, it should also offer a comfortable pillion seat, allowing a young rider to share the fun with friends.

Since its introduction in 2004 the CBR125R has represented the ideal first sportsbike. Compact, lightweight and blessed with the refinement, ease of use and welcoming handling that have become synonymous with the CBR family, it has become a popular machine with young riders the world over. But the time has come for a more sophisticated 125cc sportsbike, a 125 with the quality feel associated with bigger machines.Honda’s profilation of this bike
The 125cc sportsbike class is where riding careers begin. Since its introduction, the CBR125R has represented the ideal first sportsbike. It’s blessed with the refinement, ease of use and welcoming handling that have become synonymous with the CBR family.

General information
Model Honda CBR125R
Year 2015
Category Sport
Rating 3.5 Check out the detailed rating of racing track capabilities, engine performance, accident risk, etc. Compare with any other bike.
Engine and transmission
Displacement 124.7 ccm (7.61 cubic inches)
Engine type Single cylinder, four-stroke
Power 12.1 HP (8.8 kW)) @ 10000 RPM
Torque 10.4 Nm (1.1 kgf-m or 7.7 ft.lbs) @ 8000 RPM
Compression 11.0:1
Valves per cylinder 2
Fuel system Injection
Fuel control Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)
Lubrication system Forced pressure and wet sump
Cooling system Liquid
Gearbox 6-speed
Transmission type Chain (final drive)
Clutch Wet, multiplate, mechanical cable-actuated.
Driveline O-ring sealed chain
Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels
Frame type Diamond
Front suspension Telescopic
Rear suspension Monshock
Front tire 80/90-17
Rear tire 100/80-17
Front brakes Single disc
Rear brakes Single disc
Wheels U-section 6-spoke cast aluminium
Physical measures and capacities
Dry weight 138.0 kg (304.2 pounds)
Power/weight ratio 0.0875 HP/kg
Seat height 795 mm (31.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height 1089 mm (42.9 inches)
Overall length 1946 mm (76.6 inches)
Overall width 704 mm (27.7 inches)
Ground clearance 185 mm (7.3 inches)
Wheelbase 1070 mm (42.1 inches)
Fuel capacity 13.00 litres (3.43 US gallons)

Body Motorcycles
Engine 125
Mileage 23098
YEAR 2015