Is R125 good?

Is R125 good?

For such a racy-looking bike, the R-125 doesn’t handle with quite the sharpness some might expect, but its rev-happy engine, rider-friendly handling and well-proven reliability make a very appealing combination for young riders, and the price remains reasonably competitive.

Is the Tzr 50 a good bike?

Reliability & build quality. The Yamaha TZR50 is fairly standard and trustworthy Yamaha fare. Don’t go looking for any gilt and glitter but you won’t need to worry too much about thrashing it through winter and back either. That said, the Yamaha TZR50 still needs cleaning and looking after.

How fast does a R125 go?

Top speed is around 80mph depending how skinny you are and how much you can tuck in, but fuel consumption is miserly in the extreme. A slick LCD dash is easy to use, and as a good-looking, sharp handling everyday mini-superbike, it’s hard to top. The latest version launched in 2019 moved things on again though.

Who makes R125?

Yamaha YZF-R125

Manufacturer Yamaha Motor Company
Predecessor Yamaha TZR125
Class Sport bike
Engine 124.7 cc (7.61 cu in) liquid-cooled 4-stroke 4-valve SOHC single-cylinder engine
Bore / stroke 52.0 mm × 58.6 mm (2.05 in × 2.31 in)

How fast is a GSXR 125?

The GSX-R125 recorded an actual top speed of 72.75mph, comfortably bettering the speeds set by the RS125, YZF-R125, RC125, CBR125, MT125RRi.

What’s the fastest 125cc motorbike?

Most of the fastest 125cc motorbikes have a top speed of 70mph – very few exceed this speed….The fastest 125cc motorbikes

  • Suzuki GSX-R125.
  • Yamaha YZF-R125.
  • Honda CB125R.
  • KTM 125 Duke.
  • Kawasaki Ninja 125.
  • Aprilia RS 125.
  • Yamaha MT-125.

Why is there a shortage of R125?

There’s currently a world shortage of R125 because there aren’t enough plants to produce it. Without enough R125, producers can’t make enough R410a to keep up with the increasing demand.

Is 125cc slow?

It will feel slow(er than a big bike) but then it’ll teach you loads about carrying corner speed and you’ll appreciate the steps up.

How can I make my 125 faster?

Upgrade your front, rear or both sprockets for increased power-band control. Motorcycles with 125cc engines lack top speed compared to larger displacement engines. Purchasing a front sprocket with less teeth than stock and a rear with more teeth than stock can help.