My thoughts about the Honda Cb125F and a comprehensive review after a year and a half of use.

So, I bought this brand-new gorilla pod that I’m using right now and I thought to myself: look let’s make a really video about it but there’s so many of them online that I didn’t think it was necessary. Besides, I haven’t used it, well this is my first time using it, so I thought, what do I have that I’ve used for a while but I haven’t done a review yet it’s my bike the yonder CB125F that I’ve used for almost 20,000 kilometers and one year and a half. So I was traveling quite a lot every every month.
I wanted to do a comprehensive review of, and give you my thoughts about, this bike.

I have it for almost 2 years now and I can pretty much say that I know this bike very, very well. It has an average of 2 liters per 100 kilometers which is the cheapest bike I have ever ridden, with almost 20 euros you can fill up the tank and ride for 400 kilometers.
Is it comfortable? Yes and no.
To ride in the city it is awesome it’s very versatile, it’s very fast and it’s very agile to ride on in the middle of traffic, a part for long trips it sucks. The seat is not that comfortable and the position that you ride is not that comfortable either. Brakes are good, they’re not awesome because it only has one disc brake on the front but it’s it’s good. Mainly because you will not have problems with speeding because this bike is not made for speed.Top speed is around 120 kph  down hill but you will not achieve that kind of speed inside the city. So that will not be a problem. But if you get this bike for long rides… it kinda is boring.

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