6c2930289c Loving It Submitted by Aussie Rider (not verified) on Sun, 02/15/2015 - 19:25 I'm in Australia and just picked up a 2008 CBR125R for $1000AU with 800kms on the ODO. One girl claims to have gotten it up to 130kph. Canada Eh? Submitted by Ben on Sat, 08/25/2007 - 10:13 When it comes to scooters I don't really feel like they teach you any more than a bicycle does. At say even $400 every 8,000kms you can very quickly chew up fuel savings. Invalid First Name Invalid Email Address Invalid Last Name Please leave this field empty Invalid Postal Code To receive mail promotions as well, enter your home address below. --- "The two seconds between 'Oh S**!' and the crash isn't a lot of practice time." reply . Reset your search or change keyword, distance, make, model, year or other search options to provide more results. Honda CBR 125 VS Ninja 250 Submitted by Chris (not verified) on Mon, 05/19/2008 - 12:21 Im a student thinking of local transportation but im not sure if i should start on a small bike like the honda 125 or just go for the ninja 250 and learn on that. Cheap, reliable and fun is a good formula for Honda to introduce the newbies. A lot will depend on your Submitted by Matt on Wed, 03/19/2008 - 06:46 A lot will depend on your inseam.
Flashback to That Time DealerNews Shared Our Story Wondering how the spoked wheels of the motorcycle industry spin? Heres how. Parfait pour dbutants, trs conomique (3,2L/100km), exc. and insurance is far cheaper (or not required on an e-bike). The aspect I like about it is the fuel economy, being a student I can't afford to filling up a car and I think a bike would be better. All decisions regarding the maximum Amount to be Financed will be made by Honda Canada Finance Inc. Allrightsreserved.(TermsofUse,PrivacyPolicy) YellowPages and theWalkingfingersdesignlogo aretrademarksof YellowPagesDigital&MediaSolutionsLimited in Canada. I invite you all to put on your helmets, so that you wont get a concussion from banging your heads on your desks after I put you to sleep.