Honda CBR125R

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Honda CBR125R
Manufacturer
Class Sport Bike
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Recommended Oil Honda GN4 10W-40
Manuals Service Manual

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2004 Honda CBR125R
2004 Honda CBR125R
2004 Honda CBR125R


  • Engine Type: Liquid-cooled 4-stroke 2-valve SOHC single
  • Engine Displacement: 124.7cc
  • Bore & Stroke: 58 x 47.2mm
  • Compression Ratio: 11 : 1
  • Carburetion: VK-type carburetor
  • Max. Power Output: 13 bhp at 10,000 rpm
  • Max. Torque: 10.1Nm at 8000 rpm
  • Ignition: Capacitor Discharge (CDI)
  • Starter: Electric
  • Transmission: 6 speed
  • Final Drive: O-ring sealed chain
  • Length x Width x Height: 1920 x 675 x 1070mm
  • Wheelbase: 1294mm
  • Seat Height: 776mm
  • Ground Clearance: 172mm
  • Fuel Capacity: 10 liters
  • Dry Weight: 115kg
  • Front Wheel: U-section 6-spoke cast aluminum
  • Rear Wheel: U-section 6-spoke cast aluminum
  • Front Tire: 80/90 17M/C 44P
  • Rear Tire: 100/80 17M/C 52P
  • Front Suspension: 31mm telescopic fork, 109mm axle travel
  • Rear Suspension: Monoshock damper, 120mm axle travel
  • Front Brakes: 276 x 4mm hydraulic disc with dual-piston caliper and sintered metal pads
  • Rear Brakes: 220 x 4mm hydraulic disc with single-piston caliper and sintered metal pads



2004 Honda CBR 125 R[edit]

2004 Honda CBR 125 R 2004 Honda CBR 125 R

Manufactured in 2004, the CBR 125 R came with a liquid cooled, four stroke single cylinder, 124.7cc engine with a power of 10.9 Kw at 9000rpm and a torque of 10.1 Nm at 8000 rpm.


2004 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

The 2004 MY Honda CBR 125R has, at its heart, a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder powerplant, mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, and can reach a maximum power output of 14 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque.

Standard features include a 31mm telescopic front fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, dual headlights, blacked-out, cast aluminum wheels, a two-up seat with a pillion grab handle and an analogue instrumentation panel.


2005 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

2005 Honda CBR 125R

The 2005 MY Honda CBR 125R comes with fittings such as a 31mm telescopic front fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, dual headlights, blacked-out, cast aluminum wheels, a two-up seat with a pillion grab handle and an analogue instrumentation panel.

In the engine department it is powered by a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 124cc, single cylinder powerhouse, paired to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive, that can produce a claimed 14 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque.


2006 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

The 2006 MY Honda CBR 125R boasts a maximum power output of 14 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque from its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 124cc, single cylinder powerplant that was mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.

In addition, it has been equipped with a 31mm telescopic front fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, dual headlights, blacked-out, cast aluminum wheels, a two-up seat with a pillion grab handle and an analogue instrumentation panel.


2007 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

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The 2007 MY Honda CBR 125R comes with a 31mm telescopic front fork, an adjustable monoshock as a rear suspension, front and rear disc brakes, a full-fairing with a small windscreen, dual headlights, blacked-out, cast aluminum wheels, a two-up seat with a pillion grab handle and an analogue instrumentation panel.

Also, it can produce a claimed 14 horsepower and 11 Nm of torque from its four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 124cc, single cylinder powerhouse, that was paired to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.


2007 Honda CBR125R[edit]

2007 Honda CBR125R 2007 Honda CBR125R 2007 Honda CBR125R

The smallest member in the CBR family, the 2006 CBR125R is a downscaled version of the bigger bikes, and retains much of their spirit. A sport bike dedicated to new riders who want to get acquainted to the two-wheeled sport, this machine can also double as a very economical and fun replacement for the car or big-bore bike for commuting purposes.

Light, extremely maneuverable and nimble, the 2006 CBR125R will effortlessly streak through the slow urban traffic and is highway-legal, too. Mimicking all the character of the bigger sport bikes in the family, the CBR125R is a great first bike and comes with the sporty styling of its more notorious sisters.


2008 Honda CBR125R[edit]

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Light, nimble, rider-friendly, yet highly capable to provide solid, thrilling fun, the 2007 Honda CBR125R is both a great entry-level sport bike and a good substitute for the bigger bikes in the busy commuter traffic.

PGM fuel injection, liquid cooling, a 6-speed close-ratio transmission, top-notch suspensions and solid brakes are standard, proving that the CBR125R is not a toy, but a scaled-down version of the bigger sport bikes. Add in the classic sportbike styling and great aerodynamics and you're in for quite a blast.


2008 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

Manufactured in 2008, the CBR 125 R came with a liquid cooled, four stroke single cylinder, 124.7cc engine with a power of 10.0 Kw at 10000rpm and a torque of 10.6 Nm at 8250 rpm.


2009 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

The 2009 MY Honda CBR 125R boasts a maximum power output of 13.6 horsepower and 10.6 Nm of torque from its liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 124.7cc, single cylinder powerplant that was mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a chain final drive.


2009 Honda CBR125R[edit]

2009 Honda CBR125R 2009 Honda CBR125R 2009 Honda CBR125R 2009 Honda CBR125R

Great as a first bike, the 2008 Honda CBR125R is the perfect initial step into the world of sport motorcycles. Easy to tame, but equally easy to have fun aboard it, the 2008 CBR125R is highly capable to provide the riders with quite an exhilarating experience. With a supersport-derived philosophy, the CBR125R brings sexy styling and a lightweight, compact build.

The single 125cc engine delivers precise acceleration, and a manual 6-speed transmission ensures excellent torque for all scenarios. Intuitive and rider-friendly, the can also double as a fuel-efficient commuter machine for those who are not that fond of struggling with their huge cruised in stuck traffic.


2010 Honda CBR 125 R[edit]

2010 Honda CBR 125 R 2010 Honda CBR 125 R 2010 Honda CBR 125 R

Honda shows one more model year for their amazing CBR 125R super sport machine, on of the benchmarks against which so many of competitors' bikes are measured against. A motorcycle which can deliver extreme performance in the hands of a skilled rider, the 2010 Honda CBR125R is still fairly easy on the less experienced ones, capable of providing a reassuring, tamed experience, as well.


2011 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

The Honda CBR 125R model is a Sport bike manufactured by Honda. In this version sold from year 2011 and it is equiped with a Single cylinder, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 14 HP (10 kW) @ 10000 RPM and a maximum torque of 10.6 Nm (3.5 kgf-m or 7.8 ft.lbs) . With this drive-train, the Honda CBR 125R is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of 110.2 km/h ( 68.35 m/h)


2011 Honda CBR125R[edit]

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A beginning rider looking for a fist bike with a friendly character but loaded with plenty of looks and features to make daily rides fun? Look no further than the 2010 Honda CBR125R, probably one of the best small-displacement sport bikes out there. Far more than being a learner's bike, this machine can also be a daily partner for commuting: affordable, cheap to run and fun, the 2010 Honda CBR125R will effortlessly slice through the urban jungle.

Add in a tail bag or even other storage accessories and it becomes a nice road bike for overnight trips and longer journeys. The bike has all it takes for a fun street experience and it's all up to the rider, how awesome the next adventure will be.


2012 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

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You simply can’t look at the Honda CBR125R and not start imagining all the fun you could have. Inexpensive to own and easy to operate, the CBR125R was designed to give novice riders confidence while they learn, while also being fun and practical for more experienced riders.


2012 Honda CBR125R[edit]

2012 Honda CBR125R 2012 Honda CBR125R 2012 Honda CBR125R 2012 Honda CBR125R

The CBR125R is the smallest member of the CBR family and the 2011 model year brings the acclaimed Repsol graphics to the game. Created as a most potent sports bike for the beginning riders and for those looking to replace their big-bore machines when commuting, the 2011 Honda CBR125R comes with an injected engine mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox, providing both strong acceleration and higher speed needed for highway use.

With styling and technology derived from the racing machines, the 2011 Honda CBR125R also offers revised ergonomics blending in the freedom of movement for sporty rides and the comfortable riding position for casual trips. And with a 13-liter tank, the range is quite impressive.


2014 Honda CBR 125R[edit]

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Manufactured in 2014, the CBR 125 R came with a liquid cooled, four stroke single cylinder, 124.7cc engine with a power of 10.0 Kw at 10000rpm and a torque of 10.6 Nm at 8250 rpm. Aside from different color variations between model years, the bike has done relatively well in the showroom without any changes. But with CBR125R sales flattening, it was time to rejuvenate the tiny sport bike, so for 2011 it got an important facelift. The most obvious change is in the bodywork, which now closely resembles the new CBR250R (itself taking styling cues from the VFR1200F). Although its bodywork looks identical to the 250’s, it is in fact unique to the 125.

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