If you are in the market for a 125cc supermoto bike which looks good, offers value for money and is a perfect entry level option then the Lexmoto LSM 125 is definitely worth considering. The LSM 125 is a fairly decent bike; the frame is a little on the small side for taller riders but if you only plan to have the bike for a couple of years before moving on to bigger and better models then you may find it adequate.
The engine does exactly what you would expect for a single-cylinder; you won’t get much by way of large bursts of power but it proves to be pretty nippy along town roads so long as you don’t try and overtake. If you want to be able to take your bike out onto the open road then you would probably be better given the LSM 125 a miss.
One of the main benefits of an LSM 125 is the fact that it is cheap to buy and cheap to run. New, these bikes will set you back by around £1,500 which is almost £1k cheaper than one of its main competitors. Owners have complained of a few issues with equipment such as lights, and the spring loaded side stand but honestly, you get what you pay for and if what you want is to dip your toe into the world of biking without shelling out too much but still being able to purchase a decently made bike which can hold its own on the commute then the Lexmoto LSM 125 could be the right bike for you.
|Engine||4 stroke, single cylinder|
|Average fuel consumption||65mpg|
|Submitted by:||Daveybeno||Review Date: May 2017||Comfort||Value for money. You get what you pay for|
|Build Quality & Reliability|
|Running Cost||Lights constantly need fixing|
|Pros Comments||Cheap to run, value for money|
|Cons Comments||Lights constantly need fixing|