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.