Yamaha YZF-R125 Gets A New "Sport" Pack….But It’s NOT All That Sporty
The YZF-R125 is Yamaha’s smallest R-badged motorcycle, and it is a fairly important product for the company in European countries where new riders can only ride small bikes first, then progress to more powerful models.
So in an attempt to spruce up the bike, Yamaha has introduced a new Sport pack for the YZF-R125 that aims to make the bike sportier than usual. However, the reality is that it isn’t all that exciting.
CFMoto Launches Seven New Motorcycles In The USA (Including A Honda Grom Rival)
After a six-year-long hiatus, Chengfung Motors (CFMoto) has made a comeback in the U.S. motorcycle market by launching not one, not two, but seven motorcycles, namely the Papio, 300NK, 300SS, 650NK, 650 Adventura, and the 700 CL-X twins. Let’s take a look at them one by one.
Honda Navi Converted To A Sci-Fi-inspired Custom miniMoto By Steady Garage [ Full Video Inside ]
The Honda Navi is the latest addition to the company’s miniMoto lineup and just like its siblings, it’s attracted attention from custom bikemakers, especially from custom miniMoto specialist, Steady Garage. The result? A mind-blowing custom Honda Navi laden with several upgrades, both aesthetic and functional. Let’s dive in.
This Time, It’s The British That Have Made A Shrunk-down Harley-Davidson Iron 883
The Harley-Davidson Iron 883 has made a solid name for itself and a lot of it has to do with the bike’s affordable price tag. But what if we told you there was an even cheaper way to look as cool as you would on an Iron 883? Well, the case in context is Lexmoto’s new 125cc cruiser that takes inspiration from the popular American cruiser, tones it down into a 125cc avatar, and even pays homage to its American roots by using “Detroit” as its name.
You’ve Seen The Honda Monkey, Now It’s Time To Check Out The Honda Donkey!
The Honda Monkey first came to life in the late 60s and instantly made a name on the market, thanks to its undeniably fun riding experience. Cut to 2022, and this still remains the case with the latest 125cc iteration of the Monkey. But how do you make the Monkey even more funky and enjoyable? Well, this was exactly the challenge Deus Ex Machina faced when Honda Korea hit ‘em up for a custom Monkey build. Luckily, the Australian bikemaker came up with a plan and prepared a riot of a custom bike they call the Honda “Donkey”!
Top 10 Pocket Bike Motorcycles
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy a mini bike. The majority of them are designed to be practical transport for anyone, being light, nimble, cheap to run, and, as the name suggests, small. There’s a wide selection on the market, and, while Honda seems to dominate that market, there are alternatives that also have something to offer. This is our list of the top ten pocket bikes available in 2022.
Even The Dakar Rally Is No Problem For This Tricked-Out Honda Monkey
The Honda Monkey is arguably one of the most impressive mini-bikes on sale today and its popularity is often the reason why custom bikemakers use it as a canvas for some stunning builds.
This custom Honda Monkey, though, is a bit different from the other builds and transforms the miniMoto into a proper off-roader, capable enough of even taking on the prestigious Dakar Rally. Intrigued? Well, let’s dive into it then!
Cutesy 2022 Honda Dax Converted Into A Raving Custom Bike By K-Speed Customs
Back in March, Honda resurrected the iconic Dax for 2022, taking the mini-bike market by storm and it’s already gathered the interest of custom bikemakers. One such custom shop is Thailand-based K-Speed, who’s wasted no time converting the cutesy ‘22 Honda Dax into a monstrous, rad-looking custom “Daxster” that’s quite possibly the first of its kind.
Why is Honda Bringing Back the ST125 Dax?
In the beginning, Honda made its name with the Super Cub, before changing the face of motorcycling with the CB750 of 1969. What followed in the next decades was some of the most inventive engineering in motorcycling and yet, into the 2020s, most of its energies seem to be directed towards resurrecting past ’novelty’ bikes.
Watch: When Honda Made a 50cc Race Bike That Would Do 115 MPH
When the Japanese came into Grand Prix motorcycle racing in the late 1950s, no one could have foreseen what a dominant force it would become, not only in racing but in motorcycling in general. And certainly, no one could have foreseen the engineering that would go into the bikes.
This Custom Honda Cub Is Deep-rooted In Italian Suave
Honda Cubs are so popular amongst custom bikemakers, that most custom examples based on the celebrated Japanese icon, are all starting to look the same now. So when a customer brought in his 1979 Honda C100 to Bali-based Deus Customs, they opted to take the road untaken with the build.
The result? A smashing custom Honda Cub that is deep-rooted in Italian suave!
Yamaha’s New Motocrosser Is Proof That Two-Strokes Aren’t Going Anywhere Just Yet
VIDEO: Is The CHEAPEST Electric Dirt Bike On Amazon Better Than A Cheaper Gas-powered Dirt Bike?
The Segway X160 is an affordable electric dirt bike, that is marketed as a go-anywhere bike. It only costs $3,500 on Amazon.
If you aren’t that concerned about the environment, however, you can simply get a basic gas-powered dirt bike, with the same capabilities, for nearly half the price.
Wondering what’s better between these two? Well, YouTuber Bikes & Beards have tested exactly that via a series of tests, and here’s the answer.
The New Yamaha XSR125 Legacy Edition Is As Premium As Neo-Retro Scramblers Get
Thanks to their classic looks, likable riding dynamics, and a variety of engine options, the Yamaha XSR’s have created a big name for themselves in their respective segments.
Now, to pay homage to this rich legacy of the XSR lineup, Yamaha has taken the wraps off a special Legacy Edition of the XSR125 that looks stunning as ever.
2015 - 2023 Honda Ruckus
Bare bones — naked bike, anyone? — and gnarly, the Ruckus looks like it’s right out of Mad Max. Even though it does have a 50 cc engine, no one is going to say, “Awww, isn’t that cute?” when you ride by on a Honda Ruckus. Granted, you won’t get going very fast on a Ruckus, so on-lookers will get a good, long look.
2022 - 2023 Honda Grom
Honda rolled out its Grom 125 ahead of 2022 with a handful of improvements to go along with a reworked, retro-styled body. It carries a new transmission ahead of a cleaner engine in terms of emissions, and sports a larger fuel tank to extend the good times. In spite of its new look, it’s still readily recognizable as a Grom ’cause the monkey-bike charm still shines through to make that crucial connection to Honda’s own rich history and the 1963 model that started it all.
These Scrambler & Cafe Racer Motorcycles From Italy Are Arguably The Prettiest 125cc Bikes You’ll Ever See
Italy is home to some of the most premium and gorgeous motorcycles in the world, most of which are fairly expensive big bikes.
But what about the entry-level segment? Well, FB Mondial, an Italian bikemaker with a prestigious racing heritage in the world championship, took matters into its own hands, creating these two stunning 125cc motorcycles called the HPS 125 and Pagani 1948 Sports Classic 125.
Let’s take a look.
Honda Hasn’t Forgotten Its Baby Mopeds: The Super Cub 110 & The Cross Cub 110 Updated For 2022
After the Hawk 11 and the Dax 125, Honda has now taken the wraps off the 2022 Super Cub 110 and the Cross Cub 110.
For those of you who don’t know, both of them serve as go-to city mopeds for people who want a dutiful bread and butter urban runabout in several International markets including the automaker’s home market of Japan.
Meet The Honda Grom’s Arch Italian Rival - The Benelli TNT 125
Ask any enthusiast and they’ll tell you what a riot pocket bikes are. After all, these bikes basically let you test your skills and push your limits in a much safer and more inexpensive way than a full-sized motorcycle.
One such bike is the 2022 Benelli TNT 125 which hails from Italy and looks well-capable of dethroning the popular Honda Grom. Let’s take a look.
2022 Honda Navi
Honda finally exports its little, entry-level Navi to our side of the pond for a net-new model in the U.S. market. Built mainly for new riders, the Navi brings its pit-bike panache and twist-and-go operation to the table along with a very agreeable price that puts it well within the realm of possibility for the young riders it so clearly targets.