The Honda CB125R was introduced as Honda’s stylish, well-equipped, top-of-the-range A1 125cc class offering in 2018. It was a replacement for Honda’s previous, best-selling, fully-faired sports-styled CBR125R – which just goes to show how popular racy, ‘naked’ learner 125s have now become. Being a Honda the CB125R is well built, it is also comfortable and easy to ride, has a reputation for durability and reliability and benefits from a great dealer network. While on top of all that – and amazingly so considering that it’s a ‘quality Honda’ – the CB125R is also impressively affordable, although prices have risen since its launch.
This is a great bike for a first time rider that no one will be disappointed with.
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Yamaha DELIGHT, 1494 m, 2019 (69), Automatic, Red Motorcycle Giant - 131-132 Railway Arches, Macfarlane Road, London W12 7LA (020) 8743 1415
The D’elight 125 was first introduced in 2019 as Yamaha’s lightest, simplest, ‘female-friendly’ city scoot – and it scored on all counts. But it was also a little sensible and sober-looking it is a big improvement and more stylish, Vespa-inspired, semi-retro curves including lots of chrome and bright new colours (white, black or red) plus a sharp-looking, now-LED headlight, smartly styled new instruments and extra features including ‘Start/stop’. All the old ease-of-use, economy and practicality remains but as an ‘object of desire’ that’s almost £1500 cheaper than the equivalent Vespa
Husqvarna Svartpilen , 890 m, 2021 (71), Manual, Other Motorcycle Giant - 131-132 Railway Arches, Macfarlane Road, London W12 7LA (020) 8743 1415
The Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 Looks to capitalise on the success of the larger 401 and 701 models.
It uses the same Euro5 DOHC four-valve single cylinder motor and trellis frame as the KTM Duke 125. The big difference between the two models is the bodywork and styling, which on the Husqvarna is an all-enveloping short-tailed one-piece design creating an almost monocoque-like appearance.
Willing, playful and easy to ride as a novice, where the small Husky falls down is its narrow seat, which feels firm and can lead to a numb bum. Still, it’s no problem on a short blast.