Sinnis Hoodlum 125 Bike Overview
It’s cafe racer cruiser style makes it appealing on the eye and with a price tag of just over £2,000 we can see why lots of learner riders are opting to invest in one of these whilst building up their experience before gaining a full licence. Sinnis machines are cheap to run and maintain, as well as being fitted out with fairly decent kit.
Lots of time has been spent on making this cool looking machine comfortable too, thanks to the handcrafted seat, foot plates and ergonomically shaped handlebars. The Hoodlum also comes with its own range of accessories including leather bags and Toro performance exhausts.
Available in three colours; graphite, silver or matte black.
Take a look at the Sinnis Hoodlum 125 in action…
Sinnis Hoodlum 125 Bike Spec
- Seat height710mm
- EngineFour-stroke, air-cooled, single-cylinder
- Average fuel consumption81mpg
- Top speed70mph
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Low seat, good suspension and comfortable riding position
Giving Chinese bikes a good name
Brakes are excellent and responsive
Heavy. Fast in gears 1-3 but slows down after 40mph. Corners well
11.5 bhp for a 130kg bike is a little shy: but what what you can expect with a 125cc
Cheap running cost. 70mpg and 11 litre fuel tank
The bike is superb for comfort, pedals and handles bars are excellently balanced for me at 5ft 10" tall unfortunately i find the seat a little hard after about 45 minutes riding
I have only had the bike a short while but have done a few mile and never had a glitch, i get the feeling it was built to last
The front and rear brakes are linked with discs front and back unfortunately the rear brake is not great but it does stop you, I tend to use the forward brake more when normal riding so it hasn't been a problem for me personally
You feel completely in control even at slow speeds with the bike only being about 130kg's, the gear changing is smooth but with no rev counter you rely on hearing like a true biker should
It does exactly as it says on the can and then some 0 to 45 straight there and not much more effort required to plus 65mph
I am currently getting around 80 miles to the gallon so cheap running costs and cheap insurance