THE FACTS 15bhp 133kg Seat height 785mm
Suzuki unveiled their all-new GSX-R125 a month ago, and it’s little surprise that they’ve followed that with a naked version, which joins their growing GSX-S family.
The new lightweight naked obviously shares the vast majority of its parts numbers with its faired sibling, while the styling cues are very clearly aligned with its naked elders.
Suzuki claim it’s got the best power-to-weight ratio in the class, and at 133kg it’s certainly lithe, while the low and relatively narrow seat will also open it up to a wide range of riders. The seat and footrest position is identical to the R version, but the bars are 100mm higher, pushing the rider into a more upright position for improved vision and comfort in town.
It too gets Bosch ABS, and decently wide tyres, running a 90/80 17 front and 130/70 17 rear.
The naked GSX-S125 will be in dealers next summer