Honda CB125F Bike Overview
If you’re after a decent commuter bike, the CB125F could be the one for you. The 2015 model makes for a cost effective commute and has a little more to it if you want to take it out on the weekends, too!
Honda have really thought about this bike. They have introduced a new steel frame as well as 18in six-spoke wheels. The CB125F also has a 120mm telescopic fork and five-step spring preload adjustable rear shocks. These aren’t the best of the best but they still do the job quite nicely. The single disc brake on the front wheel and the drum brake at the rear feel comfortable when applied and ideal in traffic situations. What’s also great about this bike is that you won’t get much vibration off it.
This bike also benefits from Honda’s latest fuel injection system, which has increased the bike’s low to midrange torque as well as its fuel economy.
A good reliable bike from Honda, you can pick this one up for about £2500 which is a little cheaper than its predecessor. This does make the CB125F a budget bike, so in some ways it is quite basic and you can expect some of the equipment to feel as such. For instance, there’s no ABS and the dash is analogue. But, it’s still a decent bike if you don’t want to spend out a lot of money and want a reliable name.
Honda CB125F Bike Spec
- Average fuel consumption107mpg
- Seat height775mm
- EngineAir cooled, 2v, OHC
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This bike keeps you sat upright which is perfect for me as a learner.
So far this bike has caused me no problems, and every single journey I have had full trust in it.
The brakes are very responsive although this bike doesn't have abs it still feels safe.
This bike is really easy to handle as it's lighter and makes it easy to change gears.
The bikes top speed is roughly 65mph which isn't great, however as I'm still a learner it is more than what I need until I move to a larger cc motorbike.
I rarely have to stop to refill but even when I do it costs me very little.
Suspension isn't very forgiving on bumpy roads
Bike has worked fine for 14 months no issues
Good brakes back break should be a disc brake
Bit light weight in high winds.
Its a 125 but in a head wind struggles to get above 60mph
Cost about £6 to fill tank
Never done a really long journey. But very comfy on 30 minute drives. Not sure it would stay that way over an hour
Never had a problem with anything on the bike. Amazing build
Never had any problem with breaks in any weather. Can easily break at whatever speed you’re going
Very easy to drive and manoeuvre. Never had a problem driving it. First bike and very easy to learn
Only a 125 so can’t beat 60 unless downhill. However 0-60 is pretty easy. Accelerated nice and quick to whatever speed needed
Costs about £10 a MONTH for me to commute to work and back 5 days a week
Really comfy for everyday use.
Nice and light takes corner with ease.
Only a 125 but will hit about 70mph.
Super cheap to run up to about 120mpg.
Brakes could be much better.
Its lightweight but the pick up isn’t very good.
Engine is ok as you will struggle going at more than 60mph
£10 full tank and gors on for at least 15 days.
Built quality is good but nothing compared to its counterpart cbr125
Brakes are really fantastic
She handles very well and corners very well, she’s not very heavy so is quite nimble in and out of traffic
At 125cc she will happily travel around 50mph and I get around 160 miles on a full tank.
Very economical on fuel, around 160 miles on a full tank
As you’d expect from Honda, she’s very well built. I did have a slight hiccup when I first got her in that the sender for the fuel gauge wasn’t working.
She has very good brakes and has got me out of mischief a couple of times.
It's a 125cc so very light, nimble through traffic. Corners well given lack of power.
It's a 125cc with 10hp
As a commuter bike very economical. I cover 250 miles a week and manage just over half a tank. Approx 8 to 9 pounds a week fuel cost.
Though Chinese made Honda, build quality excellent given the price point
This is where the bike could be better, it's got discs at front and drums at rear. No ABS as a learner friendly bike this should a must. Also discs both front and back.
Corners great, smooth to cruise.
150mpg and about £10 to refil
Smooth ride and lightweight, perfect for learner riders and handles street and open roads
For a 125 it's nippy but lacks some grunt at top end. Although for learner riders it fulfills its job!
Tank can be filled up for less than £10 and gives good fuel economy. With low tax and insurance it's a fab bike for those on a budget!
No issues so far!
Combination of disc and drum. No worries on braking