Written on: 19/06/2010
Only had this bike for a month, fully derestricted it, growls along at a steady 100 now, acceleration is 0-60 in about 6 seconds, easy to get the restictors out, although tricky gettingto them. Absolutely wonderful bike, just make sure you get tires that you can lean with. This bike is so beautifuly balanced and you can really lean on it. Safe journeys… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/03/2010 by paulenew (34 reviews written)
Bought a Honda NS125R Alcast as step up in my learning process, having basically learnt to ride on a cheap chinese 125. As it turns out, it was a great idea. The Alcast italian import is unrestricted, variously defined as 28-32 BHP, and as such has the performance you'd expect from a 125 right up until the revs go past 8000 - then it just gets crazy. The bike pulls smooth and clean past 90mph (I weigh 18 stone, so it says a lot for the bike that it can move me that fast), and the handling is… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2010
i have had a nsr 125 for about 6 months and its the best bike i have ever had and wouldnt change it for anything i had it derestricted and it hits about 115mph and had a race with my cousin on his fully derestricted rs125 and totally annilated him but nsr all the way woohoo :P… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2009 by kamikaze (2 reviews written)
I read a lot about this Honda NSR RR bike very fast for a 125cc when I buy it for first day I love it is a very good looking bike is the only one 125 with raceing looking i like it more compare with the honda cbr 125cc the difference is that is a 2 stroke engine and is necessary an atention with the oil water petrol the same like aprilia… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2009 by gangsta ov love (4 reviews written)
i have owned my Honda nsr for about 8 months and have to say i love it , the build quality is good the handling is good i have a full service history and it has no major previous work done , since its an 01 plate that says it all really . ; -)… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2009
Ok here we go. I owned a Skyjet about 3 months which i bought from a so called "bike specialist" in Rugby Warickshire, it was naff and slow, I thought that biking was suppose to be fun and enjoyable, needless to say i got bored of it. Then i thought i would try another bike so i bought the Honda NSR125 from a local garage and guess what, it was GREAT!!!! i've loved every second on it, other bikers pay u more attention and nod as you ride past them and the bike feels alot more secure on… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2009
I've done all the research on the Honda NSR RR 125, great bike... way way bigger then any 125 i've seen. Getting one within a week... i've sat on a few, sounds good, comfortable. All reviews i've seen says its a great bike! can't wait… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2008 by joefoster (1 review written)
Really enjoy riding this bike to uni everyday.
I find it a bit hard to manouver through traffic as it has a large turning circle and is a bit chunky with the mirrors and side panels. I've only been riding for about 3 weeks so hopefully this would improve.
Easy to ride/learn on. I did my cbt on an automatic 50cc scooter about a month ago and I got the hang of riding this geared bike very quickly.
Its got a nice seat aswell, I've sat on my mate's Aprilia RS and the seat is too hard and wide. Nsr… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2008
Overall great learner bike, it ' s light, quick, and handles lovely.
looks a lot bigger then most 125's. I pulled up next to my mates Honda 250cc and the bike wasn ' t a lot smaller. The only trouble ive had is I sometimes find it hard to find nentral, and occasionally 1st if I stop at a junction.
I recommend this bike to anybody that wants a sporty looking 125… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2008
The best 125 ever made in my opinion. Very fast, probably the fastest 125 ever, comfortable, better for the taller rider… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/09/2008 by Gary SuperSprint (1 review written)
I have an imported Honda NSR125R super sprint (38bhp). The performance is awsome for a 125. 0-60 between 5-6 seconds. The bike looks a lot bigger than a 125 as well, apart from the exhaust. Very agile and with practice you can get your knee right down. This bike is a fantastic 1st bike. unrestricted you get all the thrills of the Aprilla RS125 with out the head ache when the thing breaks down again. Mine is 2001 model. Paid £1500 for it in mint condition and only 6300 miles on the clock… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/08/2008
The built quality of Honda is amazing, owned this bike for 5 months now, so far no major problems, the speed is amazing, equal to most 250cc four stroke bikes… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2008 by Discob15 (1 review written)
Got my Honda NSR after I had an Aprilia which broke after 4 days of working out how to get it above 6 rpm and 12 mins after getting it working at full power before the engine seized! The NSR had it for 3 months. Has not let me down in is a great bike, looks good, always getting comments, easy to de-restricted (ps I didn't tell you that)… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/02/2008 by anythin5 (1 review written)
Ive had mine for 2 months abd have had no problems at all. Before this I had a aprilia rs 125, worst decision of my life, the rs is so unreliable and broke down on the first day of using it, maybe I was unlucky with the bike I choose but I still would pick the nsr anyday of the week… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2007 by MacKaliba (1 review written)
I have owned the Honda NSR RR 125 bike now for 7 months, I am still a learner and have recently come to the conclusion that my bike must be restricted (I am not however sure whether it is fully restricted because I suspect that It is capable of another 10mph. I know that it has a tendency to loose revs late through 3rd gear and it takes a long time to reach 11k at 6th, but I believe this is a problem specific to my bike and whatever has been done to it).
I brought this bike through a garage… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/09/2007 by crowy (1 review written)
I have had my Honda for just over 2 months - not long I know - but the bike has been brilliant for a seven year old bike. You never get one with the lasting solidarity as the NSR125 has. Not a bike that demands constant care when fully tuned will do 115mph 0-60 5-6 seconds what other 125's offer that without blowing up next week?… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/02/2007 by dandan18 (1 review written)
Mine will top out at 100mph, when I first got this I could scrape about 80mph maximum. Then I took the exhaust off and the power valve in the head was seized. I freed it off, and it went like an R1 - it's power is amazing!… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/08/2006 by lee1234 (2 reviews written)
Mine is derestricted and is so is fast, everyone tells me it looks bigger then a 125. I've had no trouble with reliability and build quality so I would say they are great. If your 17 and want a good 125 get a honda nsr, i would recommend one defo. get the 2001 models and later… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2006 by 713224 (1 review written)
The Honda NSR RR is a very good bike. Not just for beginners. I've raced my mate on his RS125 and much faster. I put a full Arrow system on and it does sound a lot better. After a few weeks someone nicked the exhaust! Just the exhaust and not the bike. My dad felt sorry for me so he bought a Ginelli system which is a lot more effective than the Arrow… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/11/2005 by FuRi0 (1 review written)
The Honda NSR RR 125 is a fantastic machine
Moved up onto it after a TZR 50, thanks to a full arrow system she no longer squeals at you at high revs she growls (to an extent).
Stoppies, wheelies galore keep it pinned from first and under slip the clutch and away you go.
Can take a Civic 1.4 R type, a 1.6 16v Rover (shudder),
A 106 just to list a few I have dragged (1/4 mile)
0->60 Breathtaking for its size
Don't drive angrily has tendencies to leave black lines when you do :O… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/06/2005 by petrolhead (1 review written)
Luckily I managed to find a 28 bhp import model of the Honda NSR RR 125. I have to say it is extremely quick. It can do 0-60 before you have a chance to draw breath, and will top out at a respectable 100 mph. Its is so manouverable around corners, and it is only due to the width of the bike that I cant get my knee down. It will wheely through first and second, and stops like a rock in sand due to the uprated brakes. I have to be honest, anyone who dogs this bike has never ridden one, and would… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/11/2004 by infamous (1 review written)
This is an excellent bike for all those who are new to biking. Alright it's not that fast but it makes up for that in the build quality and reliability. Keep it standard and it will serve you well. Never had any problems with mine very reliable. I've had two accidents and the baby is fine, starts right back up again and ready to role. My mates have had cagiva, aprillia and the rest they leave me I'll admit but their bikes spend more time off the road than on. This bike inspires a lot of… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/06/2004 by CBR250R (3 reviews written)
Honda NSR125RR import, full power with big bore (175cc, I'm not kidding either, it really was 175cc). Fast, but very unreliable. Rear brake far too powerful and locked up easier than any other bike I have ridden, particularly in the wet. Quite comfortable to ride, but no good for motorways as prone to unexpected power loss. A right pain of a power band in fifth to sixth. You have to nail it to go up into sixth, otherwise it slows down and you have to build up again. Top speed I got out of mine… Read Full Review
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