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Liam Marsden  says:

New Honda MSX125 announced

The Honda MSX125 is the bike Honda hopes will continue the legacy of the original Honda Monkey, first unveiled in 1963. The 12 inch-wheeled MSX125 is powered by a four-speed four-stroke 125cc engine and features USD forks and wide, low profile tyres. The bike is manufactured in Thailand and is due on sale in the UK in late spring 2013.

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gavinfdavies

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gavinfdavies says:

MCN First Ride

FAO MCN

I've been looking at this little thing for a while now, and I'm desperate to have a go to see how practical it will be as a daily commuter to replace my R6.

On the assumption that MCN will be doing a first ride and maybe a shoot-out style article on the new little MSX, could I be considered as a guest rider?

I'm 26, from Rutland and before that Yaxley, and have a full (nearly) clean licence (DAS, 2009), and my commute is usually 40 miles each way on A roads and dual carriageway. My current daily ride is a 2000 R6. I also have a 999, and a zxr400 and a gpz500s. Both these last two are awaiting overhaul.

I think I'd be a useful representative over a typical big bike rider looking for something VERY economical and fun.

 

Other considerations at the KTM 125/200 (pricey) or a CBF125 (dull and ugly), or even a CB250...

 

Regards,

Gavin Davies

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