Archive for the ‘125cc’ Category
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012
KTM has updated the Duke 125 and Duke 200 in EICMA with ABS. This braking assist system will prevent the tyre from locking up in hard braking condition especially in snowy road.
How to differentiate the normal Duke with this ABS Duke? Luckily there is a label on the bottom belly pan. But, if current Duke owners wants to upgrade their bike to ABS, just affix the ABS sticker there.
Via: KTM Malaysia FB
Saturday, November 17th, 2012
It looks classic enough but with a distinction on the ‘hover’ seat style. I was thinking that this is a 946cc bike when I first know the name but actually it is 125cc 4-stroke engine equipped. Vespa have a good wide followers and it retains one of the icon in the 60s and 70s (80s, perharps) for its different style other than bikes from Japan. This Italy machine could be the new generation of Vespa that could take over the hearts of the world again, if it comes at the right price at this kind of economy right now.
Friday, October 19th, 2012
Yamaha Thailand has released a teaser about the facelifted Mio 125i in the Yamaha racing blue colour. It has been a couple of years of this bike launched in Thailand, this is the right time to have it updated. The headlight is no longer separated into double cluster, but a big one on the center of the bike like a ‘normal’ Ego. It is looking fresh. Some are saying that this new Mio features SSS or Side Stand Switch, which works by cutting of the engine power if you got the side stand pulled out. This small feature is a welcomed feature because I sometimes also forgot to pull in the side stand when riding my bike.
People in Indonesia too will get this upcoming bike, but as TMCBlog reported, there is only street spyshot without any name on the sticker yet. Check out more pictures after the jump: (more…)
Monday, October 8th, 2012
The Honda that rides in Europe. The CBR125R. See the gallery of the beauty after the jump: (more…)
Monday, October 1st, 2012
Another news from Kawasaki. They are now bringing KLX125 to the land of the thousand smiles, Thailand to its lineup with the recently introduced Ninja 250R. We have seen two variant of the KLX in Malaysia that is the KLX150S and KLX250. If there is KLX125 here, it will just make the riders spoilt for choices. 2 more pictures after the jump: (more…)
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