What are the best 125cc motorbikes?

Best 125cc bikes

  1. KTM 125 Duke.
  2. Honda CB125F.
  3. Piaggio MP3.
  4. Honda Forza 125.
  5. Yamaha Tricity.
  6. Vespa Primavera.
  7. Aprilia RS4 125.
  8. Kawasaki J125.

What is the top speed of a 125cc motorbike?

around 70mph
The average 125cc bike will likely have a top speed of around 70mph, and should be able to cruise along at 50 to 60mph quite comfortably.

Is 125cc enough for highway?

So the general rule is: NO M/cycles 50 cc or less on ANY freeway. On some freeways, probably where there is a high density of traffic, there may be a further restriction on that stretch of the freeway that prohibits any M/cycles that have a higher engine capacity too like 125 cc.

Which is the best 125CC motorbike to buy?

All modern 125s use a four-stroke engine. If you want a faster 125, then look for an older 2-stroke model, like Aprilia’s RS125 or the Cagiva Mito 125. These can be tuned to make around 30bhp and will nudge 100mph but they’re knocking on twenty years old now and good ones are quite rare. You can pick up a brand new 125cc motorbike for around £2000.

Can you ride a 125cc bike in the UK?

Below is a list of all the A1 licence friendly motorcycles you can buy new from UK motorcycle dealers today. Essentially this is a list of 125cc bikes, which is the upper engine capacity that you can ride on a motorcycle CBT licence or A1 motorcycle licence.

What’s the average speed of a 125cc motorcycle?

Most 125cc motorcycles will be able to reach speeds of up to 60mph. Depending on the bike, some can reach up to 70mph. Can You Take a 125cc Motorbike on the Highway or Motorway? Depending on where you live, it’s definitely possible to take a 125cc bike on the motorway or highway. Some places have speed limits between 55 and 65mph.

What are some of the different types of motorcycles?

Sport bikes, cruisers, scooters, and touring bikes are some of the many types of motorcycles. There are many systems for classifying types of motorcycles, describing how the motorcycles are put to use, or the designer’s intent, or some combination of the two.