Good suspension front and rear makes for an easy, comfortable ride; if anything, the Honda CLR125 CityFly can be a bit hard. The brakes are excellent and the motorcycle is tall and slender enough for frisky riding through traffic. The clutch is light and the gearbox is smooth and precise.
The Honda CLR125 CityFly uses the same 124cc single which propels the Honda XLR125, meaning it’s pretty ancient but proven to be long-lasting and reliable. Honda may have marketed the Honda CLR125 CityFly as “dual purpose” but the clue’s in the name: the engine’s only really cut out for punchy town work and, at that, it’s excellent. Elsewhere, the Honda CLR125 CityFly is very breathless indeed.
The Honda CLR125 CityFly is nicely finished and the overall look is pretty tasty, especially for a “learner” motorcycle. The large, attractive, stainless steel silencer catches the eye for all the right reasons and a lot of thought’s gone in to the Honda CLR125 CityFly's image and design. Owners tend to love them. Regular oil changes will keep the motorcycle's engine going for ever.
The Honda CLR125 CityFly was a bit steep when new but used market values mean they’re not a bad choice. A hell of a lot more than a Honda CG125 but worth it if the Honda CLR125 CityFly's contemporary looks and a bit more of a commanding view of the road mean a lot to you. A very economical motorcycle to run and relatively cheap to fix and service. Find a Honda CLR125 CityFly for sale.
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The Honda CLR125 CityFly has a comfy dual seat and a grabrail, plus basic but clear clocks, good lights and mirrors, electric start and a little underseat storage (for a Honda U-lock). The belly pan hints at the Honda CLR125 CityFly's (somewhat unrealistic) off-road aspirations. Extras for this motorcycle include a top box, lower seat and heated grips.