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Derbi GPR 125 Review

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Derbi GPR 125 Review
Derbi GPR 125 Review and specifications

Derbi GPR 125 Review

From the dash-brand Derbi comes the Derbi GPR 125 2t which is an advanced model with four-strokes and four-valve. Derbi GPR 125 engine is two-stroke with single-cylinder. GPR 125 now makes it an easy-to-ride and cheaper-to-afford bike. This learner’s bike by Derbi brings an all-new attractive design. With an engine size of 124 cc, top-speed of 134 km/h, power of 13 bhp, this vehicle gets a better pull on the hills as well. The suspension of this bike is firm, and the radial caliper is also good. This model is surely to serve as a king in terms of its catchy built. The Derbi GPR 125 exhaust is underslung,  and upside-down forks. The seat is small but high, which makes it less convenient for regular bikers.

Talking about reliability, the bike gives no complaint even if driven straight for 300 miles. The brakes and the finish are slightly rough as compared to the rest of the driving experience. As this bike is very much in range for the college students to buy in their budgets, there is a compromise on the brake master cylinders, which give a cheap driving finish, but all and all the drive is great for the new racers and bikers. The Derbi GPR 125 parts give it a plasticky but stylish look.

Talking more detailed about the Derbi GPR 125 specs, it possesses a fuel-capacity of 13 litres, single 300mm disc 4-piston caliper as front brakes, single 180mm disc 2-piston caliper as rear brakes, monoshock rear-suspension, 6 speed/chain per transmission/drive, and electronic ignition. The Derbi GPR 125 price is quite reasonable. The Derbi GPR 125 review is overall above-average in its price-range, provided with charismatic looks and a smooth performance. It surely qualifies to be a good vehicle for those who are new to sports-biking.


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