Sinnis Terrain 125 Bike Overview
Built to withstand day after day of off-road riding, but designed to be economical with its 1.4 litre engine, it means there’s no slowing you down – even on a 125cc machine!
If you’re planning a big trip then you’re in luck as the Terrain has a 65.5litre luggage capacity as well as a handy USB port to plug in any navigation devices.
Sinnis provide upgrades and accessories with the Terrain including a 48 litre top box and the Terrain Toro performance exhaust.
Starting from just over £2,000, the Sinnis Terrain could be the ticket to your next big adventure.
Sinnis Terrain 125 Bike Spec
- Seat height800mm
- EngineSingle cylinder, four stroke, air cooled
- Average fuel consumption-
- Top speed60mph
Sinnis Terrain 125 Bike Insurance
comfortable and upright seating position have been on a five hour journey and felt comfortable almost all of the time.
Very good build quality for the price the only bad thing as stock was the chain being lower quality than aftermarket.
It is an average braking system with linked brakes so it took a few weeks to get used to but it has worked in a emergency so can't really fault them.
A little heavier than some other 125s but it is easy to ride and corners well also it handles good off-road and is easy to throw around when green Laning.
It is a good reliable engine and mine has a top speed of around 71mph which is more than enough for for daily local commuting.
It costs me £20 tax per year and around £80 for servicing as I do it myself. I get around 240 miles per tank of petrol city riding and A roads so it's quite cheap to fill up compared to some of my older bikes I have used.