Starting from £4,574.00
class-leading power-to-weight ratios in the 125cc supersport class, thanks to a punchy, DOC single-cylinder engine. Engine performance and a lightweight chassis mean the GSXR-125 can lay claim to the best acceleration time in tits class , while handling is agile and light, both on the open road and around town.
New GSX-R to revolutionise the 125cc class
The Suzuki GSX-R line has defined sportbike performance for over 30 years, with more than a million sold worldwide. So the dedicated Suzuki engineers who have devoted their lives to the GSX-R take their responsibilities very seriously. Meet the revolutionary Suzuki GSX-R125, with the best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration in the 125cc class.
There is a science to building high-performance engines and the GSX-R125’s DOHC engine is a perfect example of how to make a lot of power out of a very efficient and compact power plant. This power combines with strong torque and exceptional fuel economy, to create an engine worthy of the GSX-R marque.
At 134kg ready to ride, the GSX-R125 is light and compact, giving ultimate control in the corners for a fun and sporty ride. Low weight is key, this helps deliver a bike with responsive and rewarding handling for added confidence on the street and low lap times on the track.
Light Aluminium Wheels
Contributing to the bikes low weight are the 10 spoke cast aluminium wheels. Having light weight wheels helps ensure great handling, for a ride that’s fun and a machine that goes exactly where you want it to. The slim design of the spokes also adds to this GSX-R’s great sportsbike looks, along with the sporty petal type brake discs front and rear.
The Anti-lock Brake System¹ (ABS) is the latest Bosch ABS 10 base unit, which is the lightest and most compact two-channel ABS system on the market. The pro-active system monitors wheel speed and immediately intervenes when imminent wheel lock is detected-before actual lock-up. The compact ABS system as installed on the GSX-R125 weighs just 0.59 kilograms.
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