Honda NSR 125
The pre-runner to the Honda CBR 125, the NSR125 is another learner legal supersports bike from Honda. Produced from 1988-2001, the motorbike the is named after the NSR500 GP bike which proved to be a great success on the race track.
Proving popular across Europe, there are two models of the Honda NSR 125 - the earlier NS125R with a square headlight was produced from 1988-1994, while the later "fox eye" model was produced from 1994 to 2001. Production of the bike ended in 2001 after increased EU restrictions slowly phased out production of 2-stroke motorcycles such as the NSR 125.
Technical Specifications of the NSR125
- Max Power: 31 Bhp
- Displacement: 124cc
- Dry weight: 132Kg
- Seat height: 800mm
- Wheelbase: 1345mm
Buying a Honda NSR 125
While it's unlikely to find a brand new Honda NSR125 these days, the bike is fairly common to buy second hand. Due to its age it is usually relatively cheap compared to other second hand 125cc motorbikes, making it an ideal first bike for many learner motorcyclists.