Friday, 13 January 2012

2012 Honda CB125E - New Honda Motorcycles

Looking for light-weight street motorcycles? here is the all new 2012 Honda CB125E from Honda Motorcycles Australia. As you can see on the code name, Honda CB125E is small motorcycles with only 125cc (124.1cc) of engine capacity, it's has come for riding with low gas consumption, and Honda said that CB125E is economical motorcycles and yes I like it, CB125E looks perfect for everyone who need a compact and friend bikes for all riders.

Honda CB125E
2012 Honda CB125E made for all new beginner riders, it's has light of wight, easy to ride with friendly handling, comfortable seat design, and also cheaper prices than another Honda entry level motorcycles line-up. New Honda CB125E will comes with 3 colors edition, the red color, white and the last one is blue.

Honda CB125E Specifications
  1. 124.1 cc of engine capacity
  2. Air-cooled, 4-stroke, single cylinder
  3. 56.5 x 49.5mm of bore x stroke
  4. Compression ratio : 9.0 : 1
  5. Electric starter
  6. Carburetion : Constant Velocity
  7. Ignition AC-CDI
  8. 5-speed speed transmission
  9. Tires : 80/100 – 18 inch (front) / 90/90 – 18 inch (rear)
  10. Suspensions : Telescopic fork with 118mm axle travel (front) / Swing-arm with 70mm axle travel (rear)
  11. Brakes : Disc (front) / Drum (rear)
  12. Dimensions 2026mm (L) x 765mm (W) x 1094mm (H)
  13. Wheel base : 1,286mm
  14. Seat Height : 767mm
  15. Fuel capacity : 14.0 litres (2.0 litre reserve)
  16. Kerb weight : 137kg
  17. Reference : Honda Motorcycles Australia at
The New 2012 Honda CB125E motorcycles has comes with standard features, yeah you know what I means, there is no DOCH engine, no fuel-injection tech, no rear disc brake and also no single rear suspension, but guys.. it's all about the prices, Honda said that CB125E is cheap motorcycles for new riders or everyone, and yes I things the CB125E features is enough for beginner riders, so if you already with 125cc, you can try to ride a 250cc bikes likes 2012 Honda CBR250R even go to the real motorcycles, 2012 Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade. Good luck for all of you, and keep always safety ride.


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