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EICMA 2010: Honda CBR125R Motorcycle

4
November
2010
  Posted at 05:30:00 PM
  File under  Exhibitions Honda
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

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Honda Open link in a new window put another notch in the 125 market at Eicma Open link in a new window. With their CBR125R, the 125 market has become an interesting area for youngsters. Gone are the "old" days, when a 125 looked like a 125. Now with the KTM 125 Duke and the new Honda CBR125R, at first glance, it's difficult to see that it's a 125.

125s are very popular in Europe, it's a big market. If you don't  have a motorcycle license, you are allowed to ride a 125 with a car license (if you've got the car license for 2 years). So it's not only kids that ride 125s, but also a fair number of "older" folks.

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With a weight of 137 kgs, youngsters (and older people riding a 125) will have no problem maneuvering it around.

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Usually the tires were the giveaway, but even those have been changed, and now the Honda 125 sports a wider rear tire, a 130/70-17M/C.

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The 125 cc engine delivers 9.38kW / 10,000min power with a torque of 10.1Nm / 8000min, not bad for a 125 (remember in Europe there's a limit for 125s).





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