The Honda CB124R has an additional layer of specification with the 41 mm upside-down forks, LCD dash, and a four-piston radial caliper. It offers a comfortable ride as it weighs just 125.8kg with Dunlop Sportmax GPR-300 rubber making it easy to pass through a congested street.
Under the hood is a 125cc 2v SOHC single-cylinder engine that produces 13.1bhp. The 6-speed gearbox boosts the mid and low-range torque distributed by its single-cylinder to get 100 km/h in 11.4 seconds.
The motorcycle has LED lights and indicators, offering a slight advantage in the dark. The lights are strategically placed, supported with metal strapping with a position light that provides better visibility to other road users. The digital dash clusters have all the information you need and extra. It has a neo café racer look that gives the bike a great appearance.
The black enhances the sporty character of the CB125R that contrasts with the metallic pieces. The exhaust passes under the engine with the dual-chamber muffler.
Its frame is made of tubular and pressed steel featuring a steel swingarm with a black finish. The unique style contributes to its maneuverability and agility. The Honda CB125R has effective breaking supported by the front disc brake with a four-piston floating radial caliper. The 220mm rear disk has a single-piston caliper. A duo-channel ABS braking system permanently regulates the calipers.
The bike’s brake system operates through the Inertia Measurement Unit (IMU) inertial unit to offer you an accurate distribution of braking force regardless of the driving conditions.
Honda CB125R can intimidate short beginners because the front brake has no bite and the seat height is 816mm.