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HONDA CBF125 (2009-on) Review

Published: 10 July 2009

Updated: 21 November 2014

"Dependable utilitarian transport but with a dash of style"

Honda CBF125

"Dependable utilitarian transport but with a dash of style"

Overall Rating 4 out of 5

Cheap-as-chips replacement for the venerable CG125 offers the same kind dependable utilitarian transport but with a dash of style. The CBF125 has flown out of showrooms since its introduction in January – so much so that dealers complain of not being able to get hold of them quickly enough – and we’re not surprised. It’s a Honda, it’s good looking, it’s cheaper to run than catching a bus, it may be the only transport you need and it costs just a shade over £2000 on the road. It’s even been described as fun. The only question seems to be: Why doesn’t everyone have one?

Ride Quality & Brakes 3 out of 5

Handling and brakes (drum rear and single disc front) are the right side of competent. For half-hour rides it’s as comfortable as almost any bike but on longer trips your backside will pay a price for the cheap and cheerful twin rear shocks, especially on the motorway. In town you may be reminded of a rocking horse when switching between braking and accelerating in stop-start traffic.

Engine 4 out of 5

The CBF’s 124.7cc four-speed fuel injected single is squarely aimed at delivering fuel economy rather that thrills. With a top speed of around 65mph, it’s up to motorway use but you might not want to make a habit of it. Honda claim 11bhp, one more than its closest rival, Yamaha’s YBR125. In reality there’s nothing between the two in performance. In an MCN test neither could pass the other flat out. 

Build Quality & Reliability 3 out of 5

At this price something has to give. So perhaps it’s not surprising, if disappointing, that the finish on the exhaust doesn’t seem fit to last. An MCN test bike was showing rust after a few weeks of winter use. We have also heard from readers unsatisfied with the longevity of that matt black finish. Plastics are flimsy, with easily broken grommets. If the CBF has inherited anything from the CG125, reliability shouldn’t be an issue.

Insurance, running costs & value 5 out of 5

In Top Trumps this is where the CBF would be unrivalled. Unless perhaps the other player had a YBR125 card. The CBF started the year at £1795 but has now gone up to £2020, just £49 less than the YBR. The CBF comes with fairing while the YBR is naked; but the YBR has a rack, arguably more important on this kind of bike, and the CBF doesn’t. Fuel economy figures don’t help. Honda claims 134mpg for the CBF but it managed an actual 87.5mpg in MCN tests while the YBR returned 87.3. In the end superior styling makes the CBF seem like a better overall package per dollar while both bikes offer economy levels to put public transport to shame. Find a Honda CBF125 for sale.

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Equipment 3 out of 5

The CBF is all about providing only what you need for the cheapest possible price. In equipment terms that means numbers around the edge of the speedometer dial indicating what gear you should be in instead of a rev counter. You do get a fuel gauge, though. If you start with a brimmed tank, you’ll have about a third left by the time it says half. Compare and buy parts for the Honda CBF125 in the MCN Shop.

Facts & Figures

Model info
Year introduced 2009
Year discontinued -
New price £2,600
Used price £1,400 to £2,800
Warranty term Two year unlimited mileage
Running costs
Insurance group 4 of 17
Annual road tax £20
Annual service cost £70
Performance
Max power 11.3 bhp
Max torque 8.27 ft-lb
Top speed 65 mph
1/4-mile acceleration -
Average fuel consumption 87.5 mpg
Tank range 250 miles
Specification
Engine size 125cc
Engine type Air-cooled 4-stroke 2-valve OHC single, fuel injection, 5 gears
Frame type Tubular steel
Fuel capacity 13 litres
Seat height 792mm
Bike weight 128kg
Front suspension No
Rear suspension Preload only
Front brake 240mm disc, twin-piston calliper
Rear brake Drum
Front tyre size 80/100x17
Rear tyre size 100/90x17

History & Versions

Model history

New for this year but replaces CG125.
1975: Honda CG125 launched.
1988: Main Honda CG125 production shifts to Brazil.
1996: Honda CG125 `clones' exported in volume from China.
2004: Updated Honda CG125 gets disc front brake, bigger tank, new styling.
2009: Replaced by CBF125

Other versions

None

Owners' Reviews

36 owners have reviewed their HONDA CBF125 (2009-on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.

Review your HONDA CBF125 (2009-on)
Summary of Owners' Reviews
Overall Rating 3.9 out of 5
Ride Quality & Brakes 3.6 out of 5
Engine 3.8 out of 5
Build Quality & Reliability 3.6 out of 5
Value & Running Costs 4.3 out of 5
Equipment 3.3 out of 5
5 out of 5

Perfect for the commute to work

28 January 2019 by DJDLTD

Perfect for the commute to work and back. My normal commuter would be a 2008 ZX6R, and the wife wanted to learn how to ride so I picked up a non-running one of these from a breakers sold as spares or repair. I discovered it needed some new starter motor brushes and a top end rebuild, new cylinder, piston and rings - looked like previous owner never checked the oil and it seized up. Now it's back on the road and running great.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
Brakes are ok. Just give yourself loads of stopping distance as the brakes are nothing like a sportsbike or bigger bike. It's quite easy to lock up the front if you grab a handful of brake. My commute takes me on the motorway for around 10 minutes, so I've upgraded the front sprocket from a 16 tooth to a 17 tooth. I highly recommend this mod if you're using this on the motorway as it now holds its own quite easily at 65-70mph even with my 90kg backside, and the engine isn't screaming all the way. Another upgrade I would highly recommend is throwing away those aweful Conti-Go tyres and replacing them with absolutely anything else. I've put some Pirelli Angel City tyres on there and the difference is night and day.
Engine
5 out of 5
Very well designed bullet proof engine. Just keep the oil at the right level and change it regularly and it will just keep on going. On each service I tend to clean out the oil strainer mesh and clean out the centrifugal filter as over time lots of gunk can accumulate inside it. Just remember to fit a new gasket each time, but these are like £3. Another mod I would probably recommend is fitting a fuel filter in between the tank and fuel pump. I've heard stories of crap from the fuel tank causing problems with the fuel pump and can cause premature fuel pump failure as there is no fuel filter. A fuel filter from a Fazer 1000 fits it nicely.
Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
Reliability is amazing, just make sure it's serviced regularly - regular oil changes although it only takes 1 litre. The finish of the plastics go, and the bolts tend to rust up pretty quickly but that can be kept at bay with plenty of ACF 50.
Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
Economy is amazing. I get well over 100mpg on this thing, so that alone is motivation enough for me to keep using this for the commute. Parts are so cheap and even a new cylinder kit for this thing was no more than £40. I'd argue this is probably the cheapest form of transport ever.
Equipment
3 out of 5
Basic. Mine doesn't have an RPM counter but you have what you need. For a commuter it's perfect and you can strap a bag to the bag or stick a magnetic tank bag at the front if you need luggage space.
Buying experience

I bought mine from a breakers who delivered it straight to my door.

4 out of 5

23 August 2016 by topplayer89

A fantastic bike for a learner or commuter, bullet proof engine and looks fantastic. The seat is uncomfortable after about an hour of ridding and struggles on faster roads anything over 50mph and it starts screaming.

Ride Quality & Brakes
3 out of 5
Braking system is poor quality and the seat is quite bad for long journeys but that said does have a very good riding position.
Engine
5 out of 5
great engine for a 125cc but could do with a couple more horses in there
Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
Very reliable never had any issues starting, only part to fail was the fuel pump which is a very common fault with these machines due to there not being a fuel filter (replaced and installed inline fuel filter)
Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
Very easy to self service, great mpg and low on insurance.
Equipment
4 out of 5
Pretty good bike as standard but would recommend changing the brakes, seat, tyres and must install an inline fuel filter.
4 out of 5

Good 125 to learn and commute on, lots of fun would recommend :)

30 March 2016 by Andrew

Really overall good bike, not as tiny as they look in pictures, pretty high up, but its a 125 so yea..., however its not that slow alot faster than a YBR, and I noticed mine became pretty fast after putting an aftermarket exhaust on it ;)

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
the brakes are ok, like most 125 brakes their not amazing, HOWEVER the engine breaking on this 125 is amazing
Engine
4 out of 5
Typical 125 engine, and with stock exhaust does not sound that bad for a 125, even better than a stock YZF, Not sure who makes the engine, it has decent power and kicks off the line faster than a ybr (what I learnt on) the CBF is a much faster version of most YBR's due to its engine having more BHP
Build Quality & Reliability
5 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
Its HONDA. Service cost can be between £50 £100, depends. ITs fuel is amazing, round about 200 miles before refuel and that is like £8 lol
Equipment
3 out of 5
Typical basic Equipment, to keep the cost down, No clock which people moan about however who wants to look at the time, enjoy the ride :)
Buying experience

got it from a dealers, I'm its second owner, pretty cheap even tho it was basically brand new.

4 out of 5

125 is best edition /o/

15 March 2016 by James

Fantastic value- Jap design but Indian build quality

Ride Quality & Brakes
2 out of 5
Not a very refined ride and the saddle can put pressure on your behind. A few times after a motorway stint my feet have been "buzzing" for a while after due to the engine vibration. Much more nimble at low speeds than bigger bikes but not as good as the YBR or msx as it feels a bit heavier to me. I've dropped it once or twice on flat ground too. Brakes are decent, you have a single disc at the front and a drum at the back. I've never had problems with over our under braking here and they're ideal for their purpose it seems. Riding on the motorway or in strong wind is often a scary thing- if anything passses you, you get buffeted! I've had a pillion a lot and it works well, do remember to over compensate for the extra weight, when had a 20 stone guy on the back and it coped (just) but you better be good friends first!
Engine
4 out of 5
Responsive at lower gear ranges but tips out at about 63mph. I'd love a bit more response going round bends or up hills.
Build Quality & Reliability
3 out of 5
It is reliable but if you really care about looks, swap the factory bolts out for stainless steel as soon as possible. They rust very, very easily and the painted components don't last long against the elements. I had to leave it out outside under a cover for a few days and the deterioration was pretty bad. To be this cheap new, you have to save somewhere... Mechanically though the bike is very reliable. I've done about 3000 miles in 2 years and haven't had any serious issues. Worth fitting a Scottoiler too.
Value & Running Costs
4 out of 5
I take mine in for an annual service but aside from that, nothing else really needed. Fuel economy is nothing short of amazing so I wouldn't begrudge spending on it every now and then and this is the best choice for a courier or commuter bike hands down.
Equipment
3 out of 5
New it's very, very basic. You need to sort yourself out with some decent panniers, or a tailbag. I recommend the Oxford first time range which works great. Otherwise, you get a crappy little toolbag under the seat. Security wise, this would be very easy to nick so have a think about that too- get a decent, alarmed disk brake.
Buying experience

I bought this new from a dealer and they've been pretty good. They did leave it outside for a good while before I picked out up from a service which wasn't ideal, but I couldn't pick it up for ages anyhow. There was a 0% finance offer on at the time and it recommend this to anyone considering their first car- get this instead and save a few Bob

4 out of 5

07 October 2015 by Oily Steve

great ecinomical 125 though dont expect amazing trinkets or performance

Ride Quality & Brakes
3 out of 5
considering to put a 4 but was reluctant to. ride quality is far better than a CG125 and i would say miles better than a YBR125 as well (i had one before the CBF). however the conti go tyres wont inspire confidence, though if you go for it you can get quite a surprising lean on it, thats from me and a couple riding freinds. brakes on 125s are generally bad all round so dont expect the CBF to be good, break earlier than if you were on a bigger bike
Engine
4 out of 5
The baby air cooled single is a really good engine, dont have to replace the filter as often as it is a strange one (mechanic said it was a centrifugal filter). plus a CBR125 will only go at most 5mph faster and will cost you at least £700-800 more if you wanted it in the same condition i got the CBF in so good value for money again. gets breathless at 65mph and hates steep hills but all 125s do as well. I had a cheeky ride down the biggest hill i could find and the speedo said 82mph. so probably 75-76 at a push.
Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
Its got the honda reliability here. has been run over twice in a car park (wasnt even on it) and have been T boned. ( I commute near a college, 18 year old drivers generally have the vision of stevie wonder) but it keeps going!! done ten thousand miles on it and is just about to go into its second winter. the forks are flaking paint and the exposed metal (engine ect) is starting to rust. but for a cheap bike that was imaculate when i first bought it 2 years ago at £1,450 it has done amazingly well.
Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
cant fault it at all here. the accidents have all gone on the insurance and has never been written off when i thought it would be. the parts turn out to be rather cheap! buying it for £1,450 with the miles only barely wearing in the engine was wonderful considering the "expensive" styling. rear tyre costs about £40-60. chain and sprocket was about £30, chain hasn't lasted long, only about 4 thousand miles and needs replacing. the rear drum brake wont need replacing until we discover warp drives so there is little you need to service.
Equipment
2 out of 5
the the equipment it carries: Fuel gauge Speedo. Thats it, the newer model has a rev counter (i dont have one), but honestly what else to you need.
5 out of 5

Perfect little learner bike.

20 July 2015 by Tim

Lovely litttle bike to learn the basics or just to whizz about town.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
I weigh 17 stone. This little bike was a bit small for such a large guy but was still great to nip around on for upto an hour at a time.
Engine
5 out of 5
Sweet little engine. Plenty of nippiness round town. Ran out of puff on 60 and 70 MPH roads. Not really what it was designed for anyway.
Build Quality & Reliability
5 out of 5
Great quality little bike. The fuel pump failed but was quickly replaced under warranty by Hatfields of Crowthorne. No other problems at all.
Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
£14 road tax and 140+ MPG! Whats not to love?
Equipment
4 out of 5
Had to fit a small clock on the handlebars as no clock on instrument cluster.
Buying experience

Bought as ex demo from local Honda dealer, Hatfields of Crowthorne. First class service.

4 out of 5

31 May 2015 by Jack Denvir

While the CBF 125 does have issues, it still provides a great leaner legal bike or a great short distance commuter.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
While dual shocks are seen as old fashioned, it provides decent suspension in conjunction with the conventional telescopic forks. Seat is on the hard side and longer travels will become a pain. The single front disk and rear drum provide decent breaking, with my only complaint being the drum is a little vague in application.
Engine
4 out of 5
The CBF engine is a typical Honda engine, as in it's fairly bulletproof. With a 124.7cc 4-stroke engine producing 11.3 bhp, it's decent for an A1 category bike. While the bhp isn't right up there on the A1 limit, it still produces good speed with 70mph being a realistic goal.
Build Quality & Reliability
3 out of 5
Due to production in India the overall quality is average. Rust will be a common adversary (With the exhaust being normally the first example) and there are widespread reports of the Fuel Injection system being very susceptible to dirt and impurities. The plastic half fairing and belly pan aren't the highest quality but do the job. But overall considering its a cheap 125 its not too bad. Something to point out is that the CBF is a surprisingly large size bike for the 125 category. Its not Varadero 125 big but its larger than the YBR or old CG
Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
Running costs are very low. Fuel consumption is low and one tank gets around 150 miles at lowest (and fastest) or around 400 miles when you are being fuel conscious.
Equipment
3 out of 5
Post 2011 CBFs benefit from having a tachometer on the cockpit, along with the standard speedometer, fuel gauge, high beam indicator, neutral indicator and indicators. For commuters a larger front screen and top box are a must. Disappointedly there is no kill switch, passing light switch or hazard lights. ABS isn't available nor is Honda's combined breaking system.
5 out of 5

Competent little commuter

10 July 2013 by konarob8

It does what it is supposed to. It is cheap to buy, frugal in use and competent enough on the road. I've ridden worse. It isn't perfect, another few HP would make all the difference to its usability, it struggles to make more than 50-60 with 14 stone of me on the back. It could do with a clock, I've zip tied a cheap digital clock on to the handlebars. The headlights are a bit puny too, it's fine in town, but once you get out into the country or on a bigger road you realise how weak they are. All that said though, I think it is primarily designed as an urban commuter and in that role it excels. Well over 100mpg, cheap to tax,easy to ride, give it a wash down and oil once a week and it seems fine (I've had mine for nearly a year). The only problem I've had was avoiding the M25 trying to get to Heathrow and I think it overheated in the traffic jams, it started having fuelling problems. But after letting it cool down for a few minutes it was fine and the problem hasn't recurred. If you only want a 125 (and not a high powered one at that) this could be for you.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
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Engine
4 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
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Equipment
3 out of 5
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1 out of 5

Leave Well Alone

31 May 2013 by sgtspet1375

Bought as new as a commuter bike and can't wait to get rid of it. Looks the part. That is the only plus point. The rest is all negative. have had problems from near enough from buying it. Very sluggish. Struggles to maintain 50 mph. struggles to change down in gears. What doesn't help is that you're tied in to expensive services with Honda dealers to keep your warranty valid.

Ride Quality & Brakes
2 out of 5
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Engine
1 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
1 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
1 out of 5
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Equipment
3 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Good commuter but..

10 April 2013 by lukeg

The CBF makes for a great commuter but if you're looking for a quick, fun bike at 17, this won't be the one. I found that the tyres were too skinny and feel like you'll topple over if you tip into a corner too quick and also that the metal parts do tend to rust away if left in the rain overnight. Main components that rust are the top fork bolts, gear changes, pedals, brakes...list goes on. Other than my gripes, the CBF is a great commuter but with a top speed of 70mph on a good day, it's not for the speed seeking, 17 year olds. I have to say though, the engine is brilliant, you can give that little 125 engine as much grief as you want and it will still come fighting back.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
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Engine
5 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
3 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
4 out of 5
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Equipment
4 out of 5
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5 out of 5

Awesome....!

15 September 2012 by moz251

I have owned my CBF125 for a while now, its the 2009 model and has covered now just over 25,000 miles which is quite alot for a little bike. I have serviced the bike regularly (New plug,oil etc) and it works well. My only slight reservations are the paint on the exhaust which does flake off after a while, however I have taken it off the bike sanded it down and resprayed it with matt black BBQ paint which is heat resistant and does the job. Also due to the mileage it is now a little smokey when in traffic, so it is off to my local garage next week for a new set of piston rings and an exhaust valve seal. Which means it should be good for another 25,000 :-) I've got to say even with its minor ailment it still got me to work and back every day (about 20 miles there and the same back) effortlessly... :-) As the 1970s advert said, "Good things happen on a Honda"!

Ride Quality & Brakes
5 out of 5
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Engine
4 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
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Equipment
5 out of 5
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1 out of 5

Avoid this bike!

26 August 2012 by QWERTY81

I can tell from the other reviews that this seems to be a popular choice but in my experience I absolutely hate the thing & think it's bloody dangerous! I bought this bike in january new from a dealer and was excited about going to pick it up but that excitement dissapeared in about 2 days. It just didn't feel right the ride is awful and it feels as if the bike wants to slip out from underneath me when tackling anything that remotely looks like a bend! I had previously been riding a cbr 125 and loved it so thought that staying with a honda made sense whilst training for my big bike test, I am pleased to say I have just passed and am now shopping for my 1st big bike and I can't wait to get rid of this pokey horrible dangerous little bike!!

Ride Quality & Brakes
1 out of 5
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Engine
1 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
1 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
1 out of 5
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Equipment
1 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Mixed feelings

14 May 2012 by tamlin23

Firstly let's start with the economy. I am 15 stones and 6'1" tall and find the performance of this 125 to be very good considering the engine size. I have used it for a few hundred miles, mostly at 60 mph on a daily commute (15 miles each way). The economy for me has been 109 mpg, people report varying mpg figures, which can be confusing. I believe this is due to correct servicing and adjustment. I use fully synth oil (after using standard for the first couple of thousand miles - to help hone the bores and achieve optimal compression), the valve clearances must also be kept correctly adjusted, which must be done with the oil change every 2.5k miles. It is my belief that the MCN test bike shall likely have had a hard time and not have been kept at its best. It's not expensive to keep the bike as it requires, it only takes one litre of oil, and the valve adjustment is 30-60 mins at a relaxed pace and attention to detail. So buy quality and take your time ;-). another obvious adjustment is the chain, the bike has a centre stand, so it's a simple but essential job, to keep drive train power losses to a minimum. The standard tyres have been slated, I have not tried them in the wet much, but in the dry I have no problem with them. I would replace them with the highest quality rubber I can, but only when they are worn. Honda's are always held in high regard for the quality of the finish, which is why I am so surprised that I can not be so positive about this bike. The metal paint, be it tank, frame forks etc, are all painted badly. The quality control must be almost non existent at the factory, and could have been easily avoided (Yamaha manage to do it just fine!). This said, I would still choose the cbf over the other 125's. I'm sure I am causing confusion at this point, so let me clear this one up. Ybr's and cg's are good bikes for round town use, but with the lack of streamlining /wind protection, you shall be lucky to see 60mph, let alone hold it comfortably. So why not go for the fully faired cbr or Yzf's then? Don't get me wrong, they look superb, especially the Yzf's, but they are not and shall never be fast bikes, so why would you choose to be leaning forward at an uncomfortable angle with your weight more on your wrists and genitals :-/ This is where the cbf slots in perfectly, it has good styling, good wind protection, punching a hole through the air and all done in comfort! Paint can be touched up, or even re sprayed, if you buy new you have warranty - so keep a close eye and use it if needs be. I would choose this cbf over all other 125's, but with a little * attached. If Yamaha were to create a 125 in the same mould as the cbf, that shall likely be better... But as yet (like Tigger) Honda is the only one!

Ride Quality & Brakes
5 out of 5
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Engine
5 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
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Equipment
3 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Great commuter/learner bike

05 April 2012 by OllyTooting

I bought the CBF125 to get onto geared bikes gradually rather than doing 4 days on the DAS and then jumping onto a 900cc bike. I think I made a great decision. Especially with the bike I chose. It has everything you need: Tachometer, fuel gauge, etc. Gear changes are good and the clutch is good (but I must admit I have no experience of other clutches!). I use the bike for commuting in London and its perfect for the job. It uses so little petrol it's easy to forget to fill it up. I get 200miles to a tank before I fill it up again. I worked out my fuel economy as about 115 mpg which for town driving is great. With road tax at £16 you can't go wrong. I've only had it for 2 months so can't speak about reliability other than to say I've had no problems so far. The ride is responsive (good when black cabs pull out in front of you). Suspension isn't great but okay for the money. Front brake is fine (no locked wheels yet) but rear brake is a drum brake which will always be naff. It won't set your heart racing but it's a nice looking bike, quite fun to ride for its engine size and so cheap to buy and run. By riding it rather than getting the tube, I save well over £500 per year. Plus I don't get to work all flustered after being crammed on a tube train.

Ride Quality & Brakes
4 out of 5
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Engine
3 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
4 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
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Equipment
4 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Great commuter / first bike.

04 March 2012 by Anonymous

I bought a Honda cbf 125 brand new in 2009 which cost £1795 on the road. The same bike now would cost around £2500. I have owned larger bikes since passing my test in 2003. I sold my cbr 1000 for the cbf purely for commuting. The fuel economy of my bike was outstanding returning around 100 mpg regardless of the riding style. My best top speed was around 60 mph, very rarely above this. I never had any issues or problems with regard to reliability and always carried out my own servicing as I did take issue with the hourly service rate charged by Honda. I have read other reviews who describe handling as outstanding, I did not find this and found the bike to feel as though it wanted to tip away from underneath if you tried to corner hard. This may have been due to the tyres which were the original ones fitted when new which were made in India. On the positive side after 7000 miles they were showing very little sign of wear. I used the bike all year round and the only real area of concern was a little rust on the swing arm. The only reason I parted with the cbf was due to the fact that riding in the wind can be very dangerous as gusts can carry you several feet sideways. The brakes were ok but not fantastic. For what I paid the cbf was a very good bike that was good value for money. I am not sure that the current price tag would be such a bargain as there are other bikes that will probably perform better for a similar price. Probably not built to the same quality though. If you look after the cbf the depreciation value will be minimal. After 3 years I part exchanged my bike and got £1300 from a dealer. Apparently there is a shortage of cbf 125's as many never see their first MOT due to accident damage from novice riders. My bike failed the first MOT as the swingarm bolt was not as tight as it should have been. This was tightened up and the certificate was issued. I am a keen biker interested in the various machines on offer. Many reviews talk about performance usually associated with riding ridiculous speeds etc, I find that if I decide what I want my bike to do on a daily basis and stick within the perameters you identify that the bike will work for you and give many years of reliable affordable transport, as the cbf did for me. In many ways I was sad to see it go.

Ride Quality & Brakes
3 out of 5
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Engine
5 out of 5
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Build Quality & Reliability
5 out of 5
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Value & Running Costs
5 out of 5
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Equipment
3 out of 5
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4 out of 5

Great commuter / first bike.

04 March 2012 by Anonymous

I bought a Honda cbf 125 brand new in 2009 which cost £1795 on the road. The same bike now would cost around £2500. I have owned larger bikes since passing my test in 2003. I sold my cbr 1000 for the cbf purely for commuting. The fuel economy of my bike was outstanding returning around 100 mpg regardless of the riding style. My best top speed was around 60 mph, very rarely above this. I never had any issues or problems with regard to reliability and always carried out my own servicing as I did take issue with the hourly service rate charged by Honda. I have read other reviews who describe handling as outstanding, I did not find this and found the bike to feel as though it wanted to tip away from underneath if you tried to corner hard. This may have been due to the tyres which were the original ones fitted when new which were made in India. On the positive side after 7000 miles they were showing very little sign of wear. I used the bike all year round and the only real area of concern was a little rust on the swing arm. The only reason I parted with the cbf was due to the fact that riding in the wind can be very dangerous as gusts can carry you several feet sideways. The brakes were ok but not fantastic. For what I paid the cbf was a very good bike that was good value for money. I am not sure that the current price tag would be such a bargain as there are other bikes that will probably perform better for a similar price. Probably not built to the same quality though. If you look after the cbf the depreciation value will be minimal. After 3 years I part exchanged my bike and got £1300 from a dealer. Apparently there is a shortage of cbf 125's as many never see their first MOT due to accident damage from novice riders. My bike failed the first MOT as the swingarm bolt was not as tight as it should have been. This was tightened up and the certificate was issued. I am a keen biker interested in the various machines on offer. Many reviews talk about performance usually associated with riding ridiculous speeds etc, I find that if I decide what I want my bike to do on a daily basis and stick within the perameters you identify that the bike will work for you and give many years of reliable affordable transport, as the cbf did for me. In many ways I was sad to see it go.

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Great commuter / first bike.

04 March 2012 by Anonymous

I bought a Honda cbf 125 brand new in 2009 which cost £1795 on the road. The same bike now would cost around £2500. I have owned larger bikes since passing my test in 2003. I sold my cbr 1000 for the cbf purely for commuting. The fuel economy of my bike was outstanding returning around 100 mpg regardless of the riding style. My best top speed was around 60 mph, very rarely above this. I never had any issues or problems with regard to reliability and always carried out my own servicing as I did take issue with the hourly service rate charged by Honda. I have read other reviews who describe handling as outstanding, I did not find this and found the bike to feel as though it wanted to tip away from underneath if you tried to corner hard. This may have been due to the tyres which were the original ones fitted when new which were made in India. On the positive side after 7000 miles they were showing very little sign of wear. I used the bike all year round and the only real area of concern was a little rust on the swing arm. The only reason I parted with the cbf was due to the fact that riding in the wind can be very dangerous as gusts can carry you several feet sideways. The brakes were ok but not fantastic. For what I paid the cbf was a very good bike that was good value for money. I am not sure that the current price tag would be such a bargain as there are other bikes that will probably perform better for a similar price. Probably not built to the same quality though. If you look after the cbf the depreciation value will be minimal. After 3 years I part exchanged my bike and got £1300 from a dealer. Apparently there is a shortage of cbf 125's as many never see their first MOT due to accident damage from novice riders. My bike failed the first MOT as the swingarm bolt was not as tight as it should have been. This was tightened up and the certificate was issued. I am a keen biker interested in the various machines on offer. Many reviews talk about performance usually associated the riding ridiculous speeds etc, I find that if I decide what I want my bike to do on a daily basis and stick within the perameters you identify that the bike will work for you and give many years of reliable affordable transport, as the cbf did for me. In many ways I was sad to see it go.

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What Honda quality!!

28 January 2012 by Anonymous

I have a 2010 CBF 125, I use it in all weather except ice and snow to get to work. I have covered 12600 miles in under 2 years. This was my first bike and didn't/still don't have a clue about bikes so went with the bike brand name known for its reliability and build quality, Honda. On the good side it has started every time with no worry at the first attempt. It has cut out once or twice but not enough to worry me. The finish and fit seems quite good. Admittedly I could have washed it a few more times but it is showing signs of wear, rust on the exhaust header and corroding on the engine cover, paint flaking off the forks near the hub and paint flaking off the wheels. What I really wasn't impressed with was the FOUR!! warranty issues I had to put the bike in for. The first was a split engine gasket on the side causing an oil leak, the second was a problem with the primary clutch cage (or something similar to that) where due to the fact the bike is built in India and not Japan Honda as a whole are having quality and quantity issues with parts for the CBF 125. I had to wait a month to get my bike back from the dealer and that was only after complaining to Honda head office otherwise it could have been monthS. The third issue was with the generator that was burnt out and left me without a headlight or rear light while on my way to work a night shift. That took a week to fix and while that was in for a service at the same time they notice the gasket on the top of the engine was seeping. The exhaust has also just started to rattle at tick over. All that and a service interval of only 2500 miles. It is an ideal city bike but if you have to travel on roads with limits over 50 for any length of time you will struggle with a head wind when the top speed will drop to 50. As a whole the bike has been ok but I would struggle to recommend it.

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Solid First Bike

07 October 2011 by Amaeldude

I got this bike in January and and have moved on this month onto a 650cc after passing my full test. My experience of bikes are limited but this bike was a fantastic start. It's easy to ride so a really good confidence boost when you first take to the open roads. I did 2500 miles in 3 months and salot of that was long distance communting so word of advise stop every hour to stretch your legs or you will suffer. I came off on some diesel 2 weeks after buying it, the brake pedal needed bending back into place which wasnt a problem but be aware its flimsy to say the least. Overall I loved every minute I got to ride it and I always had a smile on my face when I did. They only reason I got a bigger bike was because I was sick of not being able to overtake caravans, which to be fair there was nothing this bike could do about it anyway. And in 3 months I probably only spent £60 on fuel, I'll never take the bus again.

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Nice first Bike

05 September 2011 by Shall78

Picked a second hand 2011 up with a few miles on the clock, this is my first bike after passing my CBT, it is a great run around and puts a smile on my face, its a 125 so it is not going to win any drag reaces but given i am in my 30's i am not into anything other than feeling safe and enjoying my ride which this bike gives me. Easy to maintain and keep clean, looks good and will give many hours of pleaseure

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Very economical bike

13 August 2011 by Anonymous

I first have ton say I am surprised to read some of the negative reviews on here about this little bike. I have had the bike for 2500 miles now and all is well so far. I runs really well and I get well over 100 mpg (I check every time and I honestly usually get between 110 – 120 mpg. As people have said it goes along at 50 really well and will sit at 60 – 65 until you get a hill and she reluctantly drops down to 50. You don’t ever have to go into the red to get a response out of the engine (I have a model with a rev counter) I have come back to riding after a 15 year break and thought I would put a few miles on this little bike before getting back to something better, but I have to say the allure of 120 mpg is stopping me at the moment. That is probably sacrilegious on a msn website but I am still enjoying this little bike and genuinely having fun and all the time it delivers 100 + mpg it will have paid for its self in a very short period of time. £90 for the 2500 service all in seems reasonable. Another armature comment but it she is easy to keep clean and tidy after a wash and brush up she looks like she has been ridden out of the show room so I have not been troubled with poor finishing …yet! There is a bit of plastic on her but I don’t intend dropping her so that shouldn’t be a problem. I insurance fantastically cheap considering I have no claims All in all I am delighted - comfortable to fide I usually only go 30 miles max on a journey, unbelievably cheap to run tax and insure. I have ridden bigger bikes when abroad and I could never say this rides like anything other than a 125 but steering and cornering really do make it feel like a bigger bike. I am 6ft and don’t have any problems with the overall size of the bike. If you are considering this to take you test on I would highly recommend it I would imaging it would be great on the mod 1 cone exercises and u turn and would hit the 50k on the speed parts with ease keeping it in 2nd gear. It may not be a Sunday bike for a ride with the local club but as a get on it go to work / town / shops it does the job and I guess that is what it is built for? I may be lucky or too early but I am delighted with my cbf and think I will be keeping it for a few more services yet.

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rubbish and waste of money

09 August 2011 by kylieann

bought this bike due to so called honda reliability, had the bike for just under 2 years and its been used for around 700 miles and garage stored rest of the time, now bike wont start and told by local honda dealer that there is water in cylinder, then told honda wont cover this under warranty and basically told to go away and they (local dealer and honda customer service uk) dont care. so overall the bike is poor, poor build quality and finish and poor service from honda, have owned yamaha's and triumphs before with no probems and excellent service so woud expect more from honda, avoid this bike at all cost.

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rubbish and waste of money

09 August 2011 by kylieann

bought this bike due to so called honda reliability, had the bike for just under 2 years and its been used for around 700 miles and garage stored rest of the time, now bike wont start and told by local honda dealer that there is water in cylinder, then told honda wont cover this under warranty and basically told to go away and they (local dealer and honda customer service uk) dont care. so overall the bike is poor, poor build quality and finish and poor service from honda, have owned yamaha's and triumphs before with no probems and excellent service so woud expect more from honda, avoid this bike at all cost.

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Reliable workhorse

26 February 2011 by MerryGoat

I've had my CBF for 12 months now and it has barely put a foot wrong. After owning a god-awful Gilera ratbike, reliability was key for me and this is where it excels. Always starts first time and aside from cleaning and two standard services, I have had to make no adjustment to it in the first 5000 miles. My only warning would be careful if you are over 6ft, I am a bit tucked up at 6ft but it doesn't really show until 50 miles into a ride... Although not excelling in the performance department it does what it says on the tin. It's perfectly suited for a 20 mile commute and I don't know what the MCN testers were doing to it but I always get over 100MPG however I ride it! It runs away from the lights nicely in town and is fine up to about 50 where it looses puff but will sit happily at an indicated 60-65 on the A roads. I've done 180 miles trips on this bike before and aside from a slightly hard seat it didn't bat an eye. A great little thing to learn on and then to keep on as a reliable (very!) cheap to insure workhorse commuter.

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not a cg125

17 February 2011 by pottypotter

great until you want to work on it. poor fixings corroded at 12 months old. lack of tyre choice, fitting Conti's helps. poor fueling means cuts out until warm. if they'd used some grease while building it, would have helped, took 1 hour to remove rear wheel for tyre change. all that said, it is doing 140mpg!

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Good Little London Commuter

10 April 2010 by brunobignose

My first bike and I've had it for a little over a year now. First used it as a learner, then kept it on as a cheap commuter. Light and perfect for whizzing round London streets, happy enough up to 50mph and fast enough at the light. I get about 120MPG out of the thing as well. The only mechanical issue I had was with the fuel gauge, it stopped working and I had it replaced on warranty. It also rusts a bit, within a month or so I had some sections repainted, also under warranty as well. Since then some surface rust has appeared on the pipes and a few nuts. You also get three years AA cover included in the purchase price and Honda service has been spot on.

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good first bike ... but.....

17 March 2010 by jon66

first bike for over 20yrs... great to be back on 2 wheels, bought it 3 mnths old 1.6k on the clock now 7.5k . first impression is its a great wee bike , and i get over 100mpg doin 45 miles a day on wynding A roads . bad bits back tyre is gash , and you need to replace it with a 180 as noone make 190 rear tyres , and the build quality aint as good as you expect from a honda ,after 7k needed wheelbearing and a new brake disc , wee silly things but these are annoying , overall though a good bike to start on.

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good honest commuter

10 January 2010 by Enemy

okay so the suspension is lacking but its not meant for the track. theres no tachometer (rev counter) which is my biggest complaint. driving carefully i got over 100mpg out of it and 60mpg on a bad day. very cheap to run, you'll need to do something about the corrodible parts in winter to make it last. great first bike, hits an indicated 73mph with chin on the tank and knuckles pointing up. recommended upgrades and extras are; heated grips, top box, tail pack and put together your own toolkit.

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Tis good

13 October 2009 by Chris14

own a Honda CBF125, have done since january, and it now has 8000 miles on the clock, courtesy of a 60mile round trip commute, threw town, down county lanes and down the dual carriage way. Ive had 75 out of it on a calm day, abut normally do around 70 for about 10 miles and no surprises with anything. So teh reliabilty os typical Honda. I would have something bigger but only being 17 means I have an A2 license, so this is good for now, and i couldnt be happier. For what it cost me. and the fact im new to biking, the performance is more than good enough, even though it runs out of poke at 60 or so, it corners fine even with standard tires, i now have Pirelli MT75's on it, as previously mentioned, and it's so much better, but stock is fine, if a bit iffy in the wet. The headlamp is good, and the seat isn't that bad, as long as the road aint to bumpy, teh rear shocks are a bit bouncy, but good enough, and the little screen does work, having tried it without, but i now have a bigger ermax one on it, to make it a bit better on the A50. It feels planted and balance in everyday normal riding and corners and does roundabouts well. It makes town riding and traffic aboslute joy cause its so light and easy to ride, with enough poke to get you in and out. I regularly get about 320 miles before I need to fill up, which at £1.04 a litre works at about a £10 for 320 miles, very good indeed :) All in all a very good bike, sharp looking and perfect for a first bike, and from what I've heard, good for everyone else as well, weather beginer or verteran. Would highly recomend

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Great bike

08 September 2009 by MattyN90

The CBF is a great bike, Its economical, its cheap to run and overall is huge fun to ride. On the downside though, the gear box is a bit tempromental and the pillion seat is awkward to get back on when u hav removed it to get at the really small tool box. Another thing you could say is on the downside is that it lacks the power to climb hills at a faster speed, But what am I expecting its only a 125cc after all. I am currently learning to ride on it and use it to get to work everyday. Overall I would say it is a brilliant bike that is a journey of discovery and I love it to bits.

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not fast but by no means slow

12 August 2009 by Anonymous

dont get me wrong The honda CBF 125 on a dual carriage way or motorway is painful, but it copes well with national speed limits and its the nuts at inter city riding. off the line it goes like a bat with its arse on fire. but beware of the gear indicators on the speedo, they lie. When it says you should be in second you should be in third unless you like the fear of explosion. all in all it pisses all over a CBR and the YBR and dont get me started on 125 mopeds. unless its a vespa. buy one and youll love it.

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Everyday riding

30 July 2009 by Sebastiens

being new to motorcycling (at the age of 33) i needed a practical bike to learn on and for commuting to work. after comparing other bikes in its class, i found the CBF 125 to be the better choice. it is easy to handle, looks modern and i am getting 120mpg commuting to work.the engine has good torque for when i make a mistake and pull away in 2nd gear however the TVS tyres are not the best for wet weather and has a negative impact on your confidence so i would recommend changing them. i now have Pirelli MT75's on and the bike feels a lot more stable and has boosted my confidence. it is not a bike for long rides out or on motorways because of the soft rear suspension and low top end but that can be expected however as a practical all year round commuting and those trips to the shop, this is the best choice. even when i get my full licence i will keep this bike for commuting and get a bigger bike for those long trips on the motorway.

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Fun, functional and frugal

27 July 2009 by PIWAS

I bought my CBF125 at the end of April '09 - as soon as I test rode it I knew I wanted one. Being on an A2 license I wanted something to take me the 15 mile / 45 minute commute to work every day that was going to be reliable, fun and cheap to run - the CBF125 has these covered easily... For a learner or someone commuting primarily on 30mph roads this is an ideal bike, I easily get over the 250 miles/tank indicated in the MCN review and have had a top speed of 75 out of it (downhill!). I recently bought a rack & top-box for it which improves the practicality & will invest in the new taller screen in a couple of months to see me to the end of my riding 'season' (December, January & February I take the train to work). I'll be more than happy to run this bike for two years until I get my full license (and the warranty expires) then will trade-up to something bigger - primarily to give me a bit more oomph when riding 2-up or on those occasions when I need to hit the dual carriageway. A great first bike that I would heartily recommend!

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Good little bike but...

17 July 2009 by Andy949494

Test rode one of these a few months back and also rode a CBR125. My current bike is an ER6F and I wondered about changing onto a 125 to save money. Equipment is good for the commuter, it has a large fuel tank, good headlight, centre-stand and hugger. Only obvious things missing were heated grips and an enclosed chainguard. I also have grave concerns about the quality of the exhaust downpipe. Even on my demo machine it was looking a little rough. Handling around town was brilliant, it was very sure around roundabouts etc and had enough performance to keep up with traffic. Initially I did struggle in traffic to know it was still running as there is no tachometer and it is so quiet but after a short while I just had faith. Performance out of town was much weaker, it could reach and hold 60-65mph given a long enough road and felt like it was slightly under geared particularly compared to the CBR125 that has an extra gear and struggles to hold it against a wind or up a gradient. It compares well with the CBR for commuting. Its significantly cheaper (when tested £1800 vs £2600 but both prices have risen enormously in the last few months) and is well equipped. The engine felt like it has a bit more low down than the CBR whilst the CBR is fractionally faster on the flat. Comfort wise the CBF was fine but a little too upright particularly in wind whilst the CBR was very uncomfortable around town on the wrists. Equipment wise the CBR does not have a hugger or a centre stand and its speedometer is much less clear. Price wise the CBF is significantly cheaper than the CBR (when tested £1800 vs £2600) which makes it a very hard decision. At the time of the test the service intervals and costs were not available for the CBF but the CBR has a service interval of 2500 miles which is very small for a commuter machine (The Yamaha YZF-R125 has a 4000 mile service interval which is much better)

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Great starter bike

13 July 2009 by clwoody

I bought this bike as my first ever bike in March 09 mainly for commuting. Positives: Cheap to run, good fun, lightweight, great for learning Negatives: Misfires sometimes in colder weather(?), bouncy back suspension, drum rear brake. In general i am really happy with this wee bike, i have got the bike bug now and will soon sit my bike test.

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Awesome B-Road Commuter

13 July 2009 by Premises187

I got this on an 09 plate bang on 1st April 09. It was my first geared bike and from my experience its been a great introduction into the world of gears. Easy riding on the CBF125 will get you 100MPG. Some people question the build quality of this bike because it was manufactured in India but after owning this bike for over 4 months I can say everything is still holding together FIRMLY. I will have my full licence very soon and plan to keep this bike because of it's great B-road & filtering abilities. It leaves the majority of 125cc bikes at the lights. This looks and feels just like a big bike. It will also turn heads on the street. I have even seen people take pictures :)

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