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I have now had the ybr 125 for 2-3 yrs and it is by all means a great bike. Im 6ft 2 and it feels comfy not too small for me. As for the feul wow never have i known a bike thats run for so long on a full tank and downhill with the wind behind you you can reach 70mph although never have i done this as its not legal (mmmmm). Someone mentioned before it can take a wack as they went through a fence and it was fine, but let me tel yu this is not entirly true. I lost my back end on oil at about 15mph (as you do) and the handle bars bent real badly and cost quiete a bit to replace, my bike is actually on its 3rd set of handle bars to as it was kicked over by the youth of today and again the bars bent to the point of unstraightening and had to be replaced. Also i am now after 2 and a half yrs have alot of trouble with starting the bike on random occasions,the bike just decides to no longer start on the starter or the kick start. Dont get me wrong i had 2 great yrs out of this bike doing alot of riding everyday in all weathers and it has until now withheld very very well. I should also mention that ive had 3 stands for it to as they keep bending, It has a centre stand which just does not seem to be able to cope with the bike, and a side stand is illegal to fit on the ybr125 in uk for some strange reason. yrb 125 in two words