7 GREAT 125s s

(THROUGH TTHEHE AGES) Be­cause they haven’t al­ways been gut­less won­ders.

Motorcycle News (UK) - - Garage - By Neil Mur­ray

Kawasaki KDX125 (1990-94)

An­other spe­cial two-stroke that was also avail­able in full-power mode with a power valve (which was a lot harder to de-re­strict than the RD125LC). This is ac­tu­ally a se­ri­ous dirt tool, rather than just a trail bike like the milder KMX125. It does nearly 90mph, has USD forks and real qual­ity rear sus­pen­sion, and no way to tell how hard the en­gine is revving ex­cept for a red light that comes on

at, yes.

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