GSX-R125

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GSX-R For The Newcomer

The Suzuki GSX-R line has defined sportsbike performance for over 30 years, with more than a million units sold worldwide. Every GSX-R must be lightweight and be the best performing motorcycle in its class, simply put an unbeatable package. Meet the revolutionary Suzuki GSX-R125, with the best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration in the 125cm3 class, plus nimble handling, great fuel economy and Learner Approved Motorcycle Scheme (LAMS) approved.

The GSX-R125 also features aerodynamic bodywork. low seat height. a multi-function LCD instrument cluster. Vertically stacked LED headlights and a key-less, one-push starting system. It is a dependable motorcycle designed to handle city traffic while commuting to uni or work during the week. It is also an exciting motorcycle ready for fun rides into the hills—or even a track day—on weekends.

The GSX-R125 is a motorcycle that’s easy to ride and easy to be proud of. It has high-quality fit and finish, beautiful paint and graphics, and the sleek look of a MotoGP racebike.

Ready to rock the streets

There’s a science to building high-performance engines, and the GSX-R125’s DOHC engine could be used in a university textbook as an example of how to make a lot of power out of a very efficient and compact powerplant. The engine makes high horsepower for its size and produces generous torque, delivering strong, effective power across a broad rpm range.

There is a connection between the GSX-R125 and the race-proven four-cylinder GSX-R600 sold around the world, because the GSX-R125’s single cylinder is almost one-quarter of a GSX-R600. Although Suzuki engineers experimented with different bore and stroke figures to find the most efficient combination for the GSX-R125, the two engines both use an over-square design, with a larger bore and a shorter stroke, and have a similar bore x stroke ratio, 1.576:1 for the GSX-R600 and 1.505:1 for the GSX-R125.

Key-Less Ignition System

The GSX-R125 features a convenient key-less ignition system, and the rider can start the engine as long as the compact key is close enough in proximity to the motorcycle.

Which means the rider doesn’t have to fumble around to retrieve the key from their pocket or backpack.

A button on the remote control also activates an answer-back function, causing the indicators to flash and making it easier to find the GSX-R125 in a crowded car park.

  • Lighting System

    Vertically stacked LED Headlight

    Reflecting its GSX-R heritage, the GSX-R125 features vertically stacked LED headlights, with the low beam above the high beam, and position lights on each side of the headlight. LED headlights are bright and compact, lighter and longer lasting compared to conventional halogen-bulb headlights as seen on competitors

  • Instrumentation

    Full LCD instrument panel

    The Suzuki GSX-R125 features a full LCD instrument panel set in a modern dashboard. The bright LCD panel includes a segmented-bar tachometer across the top, a digital speedometer, gear position indicator, digital clock, digital odometer with dual trip meters, an average fuel consumption meter, fuel gauge; and an oil change timing indicator.

  • Wheels & Tyres

    10-Spoke Aluminium Wheels

    The GSX-R125’s lightweight, sporty 10-spoke 17-inch cast aluminium wheels are shod with Dunlop D102 tyres.

  • Anti-lock Brake System

    Lightweight BOSCH unit

    The ABS unit is the latest Bosch ABS 10 base unit, which is the lightest and most compact two-channel ABS system on the market, weighing on 0.59kg. The pro-active system monitors wheel speed and immediately intervenes when imminent wheel lock is detected-before actual lock-up.

  • Tail Light

    LED Combination Unit

    The LED tail light unit features a racer-like design, compact and sporty in appearance.

  • Fuel System

    Electronic Fuel Injection

    GSX-R125 features a large 32mm diameter throttle body. This results in great intake efficiency for high rpm and power output. A dual-spray, four-hole injector aims the spray from two holes directly at the intake valves.

  • Convenience

    Suzuki Easy Start

    This system enables engine starting at one push of the button. A computerised ECM checks the status and engages the starter motor immediately after activating the switch, making the engine starting process even easier for the rider.

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Specs

  • Displacement

    124cc
  • Engine

    Single cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC
  • Transmission

    6-speed constant mesh
  • Front Suspension

    Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
  • Rear Suspension

    Link type, coil spring, oil damped
  • Front Brakes

    Twin-piston caliper, 290mm petal disc with ABS
  • Rear Brakes

    Single-piston caliper, 187mm petal disc with ABS
  • Length

    2000mm
  • Width

    700mm
  • Height

    1070mm
  • Wheelbase

    1300mm
  • Seat Height

    785mm
  • Fuel Capacity

    11.0L
  • Wet Weight

    134Kg
  • Warranty

    2 Year Unlimited Kilometre
  • Model Code

    GSX-R125XAM0
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Don't just take our word for it

See what the Australian motorcycle media had to say about the GSX-R125.

AMCN launch report
AMCN long term review
BikeSales.com.au
MCNews.com.au
Track Day Life by Tom Foster

"The thing about the GSX-R125 is it looks, feels and behaves like a bigger sports bike. Handling is sensational, it comes stock with shift lights, clip-ons and ABS, and the riding position is aggressive without being serious to the point of discomfort."

Track Days on a GSX-R125 by Tom Foster

"For the price, it’s incredible the amount of tech that has been built in to the two (GSX-R125 & GSX-S125) machines "

Steve Martin - Australian Motorcycle News

"For city commuting and day-tripping in general these bikes will accommodate riders of a surprisingly wide range of heights and weights"

Rod Chapman - Bikesales.com.au

Australian Motorcycle News  put the GSX-R125 to the ultimate test cutting laps around a national calibre go-kart track.

“Suzuki has identified the potential to hit the 125cc category with a different approach, one showcasing high-quality and unprecedented technology. It’s coming to the market with ABS, an extremely inexpensive price point and some fantastic styling”.

 

TheMissendenFlyer  from the U.K take you on their  first ride on the GSX-R125.

“Small doesn’t always mean boring and I think Suzuki have done a great job on this 125cc capacity learner/commuter machine”

 

Following their initial review TheMissendenFlyer  give their long-term thoughts, having lived with the GSX-R125 for a few weeks.

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