How fast is a 125cc bike?

What’s the top speed of a 125cc bike? These nifty little bikes will comfortably reach a speed of 60mph (96kph). Providing the rider has an appropriate motorcycle licence, a 125cc bike can be driven on the motorway.

How fast does a 125cc motor go?

Both 125cc scooters and motorbikes max out at 60mph, which is double the top speed of a 50cc. This makes them a much more suitable choice if you plan to do longer journeys, or are travelling on A roads. Whereas a 50cc makes a good choice for city riding, 125cc scooters are better for suburban/country riding.

Is a 125cc fast enough?

It is just enough power for an experienced rider not to get bored with, but not too much power for a beginner to handle. You will have to take it easy a little bit and resist the temptation of speed at the beginning until you think that you are capable of opening up the bike to it’s full potential.

What is the quickest 125cc bike?

In my opinion and experience, the fastest 125cc bikes are:

  • Cagiva Mito 7speed, about 34HP, 170km/h.
  • Aprilia RS125, 33HP, ~170km/h.
  • Suzuki RG125, ~34HP, ~170km/h.
  • Yamaha TZR 125SP, ~170km/h.

Can a 125cc bike go on the highway?

Can a 125cc motorcycle go on the highway? Usually, 125cc can go on the highway. However, most 125cc motorcycles will not be able to comfortably keep up with the speed of other vehicles on the highway, making them less safe for highway travel and commuting. Often 125cc motorcycle will max out at around 50 to 75mph.

FASCINATINGLY:  How do cyclists pee?

How fast is 125cc in MPH Go Kart?

125cc karts typically reach between 70mph and 80mph. Weather conditions, track layout and tire usage will all contribute to the speed of a go-kart on a track.

How fast does a 125cc kids dirt bike go?

Dirt bikes that have the 125cc engine capacity are said to have top speeds ranging from 55 to 60 miles an hour. Downhill road conditions and heavy riders can help the operating speed go beyond this range. But dirt bike manufacturers do not recommend riders to let this happen intentionally for safety reasons.