Written on: 21/04/2013
i have had my hyosung for about three months and i have ridden it every single day not until recently has it been giving me some trouble. the oil has some reason gone this creamy collour and its not because theres water coming in i checked the whole engine over and there is no leaks not nothing but some how water was getting in to the engine. so that was my first problem. my second problem was that the bike was very difficult in a way that if it didnt want to do something it wont. i have had… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2009
The Hyosung XRX125 done about 8200 miles on my XRX, it's a cracking 125, for the beginners and the experienced.
It's a nicely built, great quality bike with very good reliability.
It's a bike which starts first time every time, whatever the weather.
Awesome handling and comfort. Soft suspension just lets you bounce over bumps with such ease.
Huge upside down forks at the front.
Big size, nice and large for the taller rider.
Had 72mph out of mine (not downhill), and it's all… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/05/2009 by milkster1001 (2 reviews written)
I have a Hyosung XRX 125 SM 2007 model in Orange/Black, and i've had this bike for just over a month now, i know that isn't long enough to right a review, but in the time i've had it, it really has impressed me.
First of all the name makes my mates laugh, as they think it's a "fall apart in 5 minutes chinese bike" but just like the expert reviewer said on here, it's actually a bike made from a Korean company. The engine is also a copy of a Suzuki GS 125, which is very reliable bike.
Forget the… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/11/2008
The Hyosung XRX is suprisingly easy to ride great bike for a first rider but it can also be testing if you take it off road it handles rough terrain well.
Overall the XRX is a good bike and cheap to run and i have been very happy with the bike… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/09/2008 by Mexerxes (1 review written)
Hyosung XRX 125 is a four-stroke bike, in the very popular 125cc off-road bike class, and although it has a lot to live up to, like the Honda XLR 125 or the Yamaha XT 125R, it holds it's ground pretty good. Most people, I admit, me too, when first hear the brand "Hyosung", become very sceptical and say/think something like "Chineese crap...". But the fact is that Hyosung is actually a Korean company, and has really gotten much better at building motorcycles, because it's been at it for over 30… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2007
My Hyosung XRX125 is light on fuel. Made for all terrains and is very tough. My battery fails a lot and my suspension is a bit soft. Over all is this bike is the perfect start up bike, and has a lot of speed and power for a 125 and looks great… Read Full Review
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