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Video: Derbi GPR125 vs Yamaha YZF-R125 vs Honda CBR125 review

The Honda CBR125R and Yamaha YZF-R125 have dominated the sales charts, regularly being the outright top-selling bikes in the UK.  Find a 125 for sale But now there's a new contender - the Derbi GPR125, complete with upside-down forks, underslung exhaust and a race-look dash that even has a lap-timer and top-speed recorder for some serious style points. To find out if...

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Jun 09

Posts: 210

darren636 says:


get an rs125 (plus a spare spark plug) and beat all your mates. everywhere.

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Oct 05

Posts: 538

evilamnesiac says:


RS125 is an excellent piece of kit,

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Oct 08

Posts: 24

TWeaKoR says:

You guys should really get some quick pitch tents. I know they fold into a big disk, but with some clever packaging you could turn it into a spoiler of sorts for extra street cred!

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Aug 06

Posts: 119

seanogorman1 says:


Get a Cagiva Mito........and pretend your Casey Stoner on the Desmo!

or if your really old pretend your john kochinski

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Jul 09

Posts: 81


i've got the Yamaha and it's a cracking first bike.  Really economical, straightforward to ride, good Brembo brakes, decent top end (managed 80+mph) and as mentioned a really good MPG.  Can't go wrong for a starter bike before going for a bigger one after doing my direct access.

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Aug 02

Posts: 3285

eatcs01 says:

After seeing the "quality" of the DERBI DRD Senda Sm, I wouldn't recomend one to anybody. Total shite. Fast, but built out of cheese.

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