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Yamaha MT-125 review

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Manufacturer:
Yamaha
Category:
Learner Legal 125s
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You're only young once. So make sure that the new MT-125 becomes a part of your life.

WITH Yamaha's MT-07 and MT-09 selling like hotcakes, it was only a matter of time before they made a 125cc version to go up against KTM's popular Duke 125.

And after a long day of B road hooning, city crawling and general shenanigans on the little MT, I've got a feeling an orange vs. blue battle is soon to start brewing.

The new MT-125 gets chunky USD forks, a digital dash, alloy wheels with six Y-shaped spokes and similar dimensions to the larger MT-07. Despite its low engine capacity it by no means feels small or out of proportion. The large side air intake pods, wide bars, tank styling and short tail unit bring the bike together nicely and give the MT some serious attitude.

Read more: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-2014-yamaha-mt-125-review/25093.html#ixzz34EBZYTom

WITH Yamaha's MT-07 and MT-09 selling like hotcakes, it was only a matter of time before they made a 125cc version to go up against KTM's popular Duke 125.

And after a long day of B road hooning, city crawling and general shenanigans on the little MT, I've got a feeling an orange vs. blue battle is soon to start brewing.

The new MT-125 gets chunky USD forks, a digital dash, alloy wheels with six Y-shaped spokes and similar dimensions to the larger MT-07. Despite its low engine capacity it by no means feels small or out of proportion. The large side air intake pods, wide bars, tank styling and short tail unit bring the bike together nicely and give the MT some serious attitude.

Read more: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-2014-yamaha-mt-125-review/25093.html#ixzz34EBZYTom

WITH Yamaha's MT-07 and MT-09 selling like hotcakes, it was only a matter of time before they made a 125cc version to go up against KTM's popular Duke 125.

And after a long day of B road hooning, city crawling and general shenanigans on the little MT, I've got a feeling an orange vs. blue battle is soon to start brewing.

The new MT-125 gets chunky USD forks, a digital dash, alloy wheels with six Y-shaped spokes and similar dimensions to the larger MT-07. Despite its low engine capacity it by no means feels small or out of proportion. The large side air intake pods, wide bars, tank styling and short tail unit bring the bike together nicely and give the MT some serious attitude.

Read more: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-2014-yamaha-mt-125-review/25093.html#ixzz34EBZYTom