Advantages: easy to ride, can find them cheap Disadvantages: two-stroke so not much guts on hills
After a couple of years without a bike, and with my CBT (Compulsory Basic Training certificate) due to run out for the 4th time, I decided I wanted another bike.
I wanted to do my full test fairly quickly - it was getting embarrassing to keep taking my ...
Advantages: Learner legal, holds its value, handling Disadvantages: hard to start, old now, back tyre life
I had one of these for a few months after turning 17, and after a year on a moped it felt really big and fast.
In reality I never got more than about 75 out of it under its own power, although it once did 90 down a big hill.
It was a fair bike for wha ...
Advantages: sports bike, it's a Honda, many more.. Disadvantages: it's a two stroke, but it's still great!
After reading THUNDERSMURF's review, i had to write up on how good mine is, i bought it in Oct 2006, for £550, went on a 600 mile round trip for it, brought it from Bognor regis to north yorkshire, and it is great, although a G reg, was in mint condition ...
Advantages: Looks Great, Very reliable, very powerful for a 125 Disadvantages: Turns like a bus as slow speeds, driving position can get painful on wrists
Aged 22, I decided to get a 125cc bike and ride it for a few years on 'L' plates, in order to gain some confidence and experience of riding, before I would eventually go for my full bike test on a larger bike.
I spent allot o ...
Advantages: Cheap, easy to work on. Disadvantages: None, it does exactly what it says on the tin.
I’m writing this from memory so you will have to excuse some of the details I may miss.
I bought an NSR125 about 6 years ago second hand, it was the old styling where there were 2 colors available, white and red.
I rode it on a moped license w ...