Advantages Small, light, cheap, cheap to run, comfortable
Disadvantages low powered and parts may be harder to get
This will be an ongoing review as I have just passed my CBT and bought one of these little commuters. The longer I own it the more I will add. ~ CBT ~ For those who don't know, anyone wishing to ride a moped or motorcycle has to sit a CBT to ride on the road. It stands for Compulsory Basic Training, if you don't pass it will be because they think you are not fit/safe to ride on road. There are two types of bikes you can ride, a moped or a motorcycle, Majority of people learn on a bike up to the engine size of 125cc but if you are over 21 you could do it on a larger machine. After completing my ...
8 of 9 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Advantages Comfortable and fuel efficiant, relaible.
Disadvantages Not a very fast bike sometimes, but fast enough for a 125
From the purchase price of £450 it is probably obvious that I bought this bike second hand...and in a rather sorry state but that never stopped it from getting me to where I needed to be. Looks The first thing I did on getting this bike home was remove the front fairing, which may have had some affect on fuel consumption and streamlining but on a 125 I was not all that concerned and I thought that it looked a great deal better without the boxy fairing. I ended up with this bike in red, which I think is the best colour for it, and even though it was a little battered it would appear that the ...