Honda CB125R

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Honda CB125R
ManufacturerHonda
Production2018-present
ClassStandard
Power(9.8 kW (13 hp)) at 10,000 rpm
Torque10.4 N⋅m (8 lb⋅ft) at 8,000 rpm
Transmission6-speed manual
Wheelbase1,345 mm (53.0 in)
DimensionsL: 2,015 mm (79.3 in)
W: 820 mm (32 in)
H: 1,055 mm (41.5 in)
Weight125.8 kg (277 lb) (wet)

The Honda CB125R is a motorcycle introduced by the Japanese company Honda in 2018. It is a naked bike with 125 cc displacement and can be driven with the driving license class A1.

The CB125R is aimed primarily at beginners, as it is easy to master. Nevertheless, it joins the "Neo Sports Café" model family, which also includes the models CB1000R, CB650R and CB300R.

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Many features have been adopted by other larger-displacement Honda models, but the CB 125 R weighs only 125.8 kg and the revised Honda CBR125R, revised liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, brings smoothness and revving and enables powerful acceleration even in the low to medium speed range.[1] Its power is brought to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox.

The frame is equipped with sturdy panels for swinging and the chassis geometry allows high stability while agile handling and best feedback. The steering head angle and the caster are 24.2 ° / 90.2 mm. The balanced load distribution ensures good feedback from the front wheel and pleasant steering behavior. The bike is only 126 kg, whereby the arrangement of the components was very centered, so that the center of gravity is far ahead.[2] Diameter comes from Showa and harmonizes with the motorcycle.[3]

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