honda cb125t 1 of 2Sold For $800 Added: 9-27-2017 Year: 1990 • Make: Honda • Model: CB125t
For just one year, Honda made 2,000 examples of the 125cc twin specifically designed for US rider’s education schools. They were never issued titles on a condition of the trainers as a gift were that they be destroyed after their use. Honda distributed these training bikes as a marketing strategy to introduce motorcycles and specifically Honda motorcycles to individuals learning in hopes their first purchase of a bike would be a Honda. One example resides at he AMA Motorcycle Museum in Ohio.
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ENGINE: Air cooled, twin cylinder, OHC, Displacement: 124cc, Bore and Stroke: 44 x 41mm, Compression Ratio: 9.4:1, Fuel Delivery: 26mm Keihin Carbs, manual choke VE 26, Max Power: 16.5bhp @ 11,000rpm, Max Torque: 12 Nm @ 9000 rpm
DRIVETRAIN: Transmission: 5-speed, Final Drive: Chain, CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES, Front Suspension: 31mm oil-damped telescopic forks, Rear Suspension: Pivoted fork, 2 coil spring, hydraulically damped, 5 preload settings, Front Brakes: Single 240mm disc, Rear Brakes: 130mm drum, Front Tire: 3.00-18, Rear Tire: 3.25-18
DIMENSION: Dry-Weight: 114 kg (251 lb), Fuel Capacity: 11.5 Litres (3.0 Gal)
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