Lexmoto Michigan 125 Bike Overview
Starting price for a brand new machine are around £1,599.99, which comes fully equipped with a four-stroke, single cylinder engine as well as LED headlights and LED indications. The cruiser style with low slung seat, footboards and highbars. Lexmoto Michigan 125 gives something a bit different to your typical 125cc machine.
The great thing about the 125cc Lexmoto models is they’ve got great fuel consumption averaging over 80mpg and with top speeds hitting 70mph – not bad for a smaller bike.
It’s the perfect machine for a learner licence without having to break the budget! All Lexmoto machines are imported from China, registered on the DVLA and insurance databases. This mean you can pick your brand new Lexmoto Michigan 125 without any extra paperwork needed.
This model has now been upgraded to the Lexmoto Michigan 125 EFI.
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Lexmoto Michigan 125 Bike Spec
- Top Speed70mph
- Average Fuel Consumption80+mpg
- Seat Height680mm
- EngineFour stroke, single cylinder
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Very comfortable for rider and pillion. 125 Cc engine so not suitable for high speeds.
Back breaks locks up.
Very smooth, low centre of gravity.
Medium power. 1st gear is not very powerful.
Cheap on fuel
No problems, not broken down yet
Dual breaking is great
Smooth and quite ride
Fantastic performance, smooth gear change
Cheap cheap cheap
The seat is very comfortable with no protruding edge at the back that can be annoying as you sit down. The shape of the seat is also perfect. It doesn't dip too much but just enough so I don't move around too easily if I hit a bump. Pillions probably need a back rest to make it a bit more comfortable. The rider footrests are a good size and foldable, while the pillow has smaller foldable footrests. I've sat on it for hours with no back issues so it's more comfortable than a regular chair.
No issues other than the battery but that's not a build issue. Everything else seems sturdy. Some bits are made of a softer metal than I would have liked or plastic but that's my personal design choice.
The rear break is very soft, good for slowing down gently. The front break makes up for it by being very hard which is great for sudden or emergency stops.
Corners are a bit of an issue since the handlebars dont lock very far but it handles perfectly well aside from that. It's a good weight and height. The suspension has surprised me over some nasty bumps I didn't look out for, making it a much smoother ride than expected.
As a first bike it's great. It hold steady and doesn't go too fast but fast enough to keep up with traffic on any road a learner can go on. I would not buy it to ride on the motorway.
Super cheap to run. Just about £10 for a full tank and easily does about 150 miles on it.
This is a bike more for a lighter person than me, who swerves past bathroom scales on a daily basis. So saying that the seat is a little lacking in the padding department is pretty much unfair to it.
Chinese bikes are rubbish is the usual cry from most people. Well I must say they are wrong on this. The build quality far exceeds what you may expect. Made in the Zong Shen factory, which also makes bikes for Harley Davidson and for BMW, I have yet to find much that is likely to have a short life. The welding on the frame and swing arm is every bit as good as on my 14 yr old Honda scooter, and the finish (powder coating) is excellent. The paintwork on the mudguards and the tank can't be faulted either.
Brakes are linked as EU regulations demand, they are more than adequate.
The Michigan is a very light bike and gives no problem for even the smallest and lightest of riders. With the low centre of gravity I am finding it marvelously flickable and even with only a low number of miles ridden I am thoroughly enjoying it's agility.
It is what it is, I've no doubt the engine has a lot more power than Euro 4 restriction allow it. It's a long stroke engine with ample low end torque. I can't offer any review of top end speed yet with still being in the running in stage. It will be more than fast enough for me though - if I wanted more I would have opted for a bigger engined bike.
Road fund licence is £19 per year and I am paying £60 a year for a two bike policy. Both bikes are 125cc and insured fully comprehensive. Fuel consumption given by the manufacturer is 173 mpg. I have done 300 km on my first full tank of 13.5 litres and expect at least another 100 to 200 km before I visit a petrol station. With a brand new, tight engine I don't expect to get to the stated figure, but whatever it is it will increase as the bike beds in.