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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

  • Created 01 March 2007 12:19 by
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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The Yamaha DT125X is the latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, the Yamaha DT125X is hard to beat.

  • Created 01 March 2007 12:19 by
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Yamaha DT125X (2004-current)

The latest version of Yamaha%X92s long-running DT series, the X is the supermoto, road version and it%X92s an absolute scream. Lightweight, ridiculously agile and easy to ride, it makes learning (or commuting) huge fun. It%X92s not for off-roading (get an RE version for that) but for Tarmac-based 125cc antics, it%X92s hard to beat.

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