Honda CB125R

Based upon – and the successor to – the CBR125R, the Honda CB125R proves that less is very often more. Where the CBR125R was a fully faired bike, the CB125R leans more towards a sports naked classification, and it’s become a smash hit with the riding public. This is in no small part due to a Neo Café Sports makeover – indeed, the bike is an important part of Honda’s Street range, which includes the mighty CB1000R.

If you’re looking to begin your motorcycling adventure, the CB125R is a terrific place to start. It’s a great jumping-on bike for A1 licence holders – or, those who have an A2 licence, since it offers a power output of 14.8bhp, which is well within A2’s 46.9bhp threshold.

In short, the Honda CB125R is a top-drawer motorbike that offers widespread appeal – a stylish city cruiser that’s guaranteed to attract admiring and envious looks in equal measure.

Premium suspension The CB125R is the first 125cc bike to be fitted with a 41-millimetre-diameter Showa Separate Function front Fork Big Piston set-up. This produces high-damping performance and greater feel, feedback and control – and enhanced bump-absorption.
Dapper LCD display Centrally positioned directly above the bike’s handlebars, a landscape-format LCD dash provides a range of instrument readings. Included is a gear position indicator, an ideal tool for optimising fuel efficiency.
Neo Sports Café sophistication The Honda CB125R is part of the exclusive Neo Sports Café club – a courtesy that’s extended to each of its riders. It’s a bike that’s designed to stand out from the crowd and make its owner feel like they’re on top of the world.
Your next steps If you have any questions regarding this integral member of the Neo Sports Café collection, please contact our helpful and expert Romford, Essex team today.