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Neo Sports Café CB125R

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Think big

Start the two-wheeled fun on this all-new, lean looking street motorcycle that comes fuelled with big-bike attitude.

Adrenaline to go

Concentrated performance with an aggressive look.

This early-entry motorcycle – a tenacious sibling of the CB1000R – really makes a statement with its alloy radiator shroud, hugging sump guard and all-black engine. A new tubular frame and tough-looking 41mm upside-down forks are topped with a state-of-the-art LCD instrument panel; headlight, taillight and indicators are all LED for extra brightness.

Close up of Honda Neo Sports Café CB125R headlight.
Close up of Honda Neo Sports Café CB125R LED display.
Side view of Honda Neo Sports Café CB125R parked.
Close up of Honda Neo Sports Café CB125R front wheel.

Feel free

A small bike that’s big on fun.

An ideal machine for new riders – the more you ride it, the more your confidence will grow. The emphasis is on minimalism, allowing its raw character to shine through; the contrasting metal finish and underslung exhaust are real eye-catchers. The CB125R is a hit wherever it goes and will eagerly take you to the next level of motorcycling…in style.

Front three-quarter facing Honda New Sports Café CB125R with driver standing infront of warehouse.

Big impressions

The overall effect of these outstanding features will draw you towards the Neo Sports Café CB125R – take a closer look.

Big impressions

The overall effect of these outstanding features will draw you towards the Neo Sports Café CB125R – take a closer look.

Eager and agile

The CB125R is ready to go when you are.

A free-revving 124.7cc SOHC 2-valve, liquid-cooled engine – proven in the CB125R – puts out 9.8kW peak power @10,000 rpm, and with 10.4 Nm of torque @8,000rpm it’ll have you smiling from the get go. The overall feeling is strong and steady for its size and, combined with PGM-FI fuel injection, you get a really crisp throttle response.

Chassis and drive

The frame is built from pressed and tubular steel – with a pressed steel swingarm – finished in black. It’s a dark look that forms the basis of the CB125R’s agility and superior handling. Combined with a 5-stage preload rear shock and 41mm USD forks, you can lean confidently into any corner – no matter how tight or uneven it may be.

Front three-quarter view of Honda Neo Sports Café CB125R, driver holding handlebar, warehouse in the background.

Down to the bare essentials, the CB125R has a completely new street identity; welcome to the world of motorcycling... and welcome to Honda's Neo Sports Café style.

Back three-quarter action shot of Honda New Sports Café CB125R driving on the road.

The CB125R is quick off the mark, with a 6-speed gearbox to compliment the strong low to mid-range torque from single cylinder engine, you can shift up to 50mph in 11.4 seconds.