Learner Legal 125cc Commuter - the New CB125F

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Honda CB125F
New 2021 Honda CB125F

For 2021 the Learner Legal CB125F is renewed again, with a complete refresh that makes it even more desirable and cost effective. The new CB125F is a great bike to simply get you where you need to be - or from where to begin the ride of a lifetime.

Honda CB125F £2,849 on the road
including 24 months Honda warranty & AA cover
PLUS: UK Mainland delivery is FREE

Call us on 0161-432 1304 or contact us here


Honda CB125F overview:

CB125F VPL 6.9% APR Finance Representative Example
On the road price £2,849.00
Deposit £604.11
Amount of credit £2,244.89
36 monthly payments £69.00
Total amount payable £3,088.11
Representative APR 6.9%
PLEASE NOTE : CB125F finance options are flexible.
Please call us on 0161-432 1304 for a tailor made quote.

Honda Vehicle Purchase Loan (VPL) Terms and Conditions: New retail CB125F (all variants) orders from 1 December 2021 to 31 January 2022 and registered by 31 January 2022. Subject to model and colour availability. Representative Example based on 3 years 6.9% VPL. *OTR may be subject to change due to actual or unexpected changes in tariffs, duties taxes or other costs which may affect importation or other costs of supply. Honda Vehicle Purchase Loan (VPL): You have always been the legal owner from the beginning of the contract, however Honda Financial Service retains an interest in the vehicle until all payments have been made. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion (excluding Channel Islands). Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders. As the dealer offers products from a limited number of carefully selected finance providers, they are not independent financial advisors. We may or may not make a payment and / or reward to the dealer if you enter into an agreement with us. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL. Honda Financial Services is a trading name of Honda Finance Europe Plc. a company registered at Companies House No 03289418. Honda Finance Europe Plc. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541.


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Model Overview

The new CB125F is a serious small machine, whose development involved the filing of no fewer than 19 patent applications. Made at Honda’s Atessa facility in south east Italy it offers a huge jump in fuel economy from its air-cooled enhanced Smart Power (eSP) engine, with no loss of performance.

It’s also 11kg lighter, with a redesigned frame and an up-to-date, big-bike re-style; an LED headlight and revised digital dash are quality finishing touches.

The 2022 CB125F will be available in the following colour options:

  • Splendor Red
  • Pearl Cool White
  • Black


  • New enhanced Smart Power (eSP) engine offers 27% extra fuel economy, with no loss of performance
  • Low friction technologies include offset cylinder, needle bearings for the roller/rocker arms and piston oil jet
  • ACG starter also generates electricity and contributes greatly to the engine’s 7kg weight loss
  • 5-speed gearbox and sealed final drive chain

The CB125F’s new air-cooled, 124cc 2-valve SOHC single-cylinder eSP (‘enhanced Smart Power) EURO5-specification engine has been engineered from its inception to maintain optimum performance for busy urban streets but with extra, serious frugality and supreme reliability.

Peak power of 8kW is delivered @ 7,500rpm, with peak torque of 10.9Nm @ 6,000rpm (as opposed to 7.8kW @ 7,750rpm/10.2Nm @ 6,250rpm). Bore and stroke is set at 50 x 63.1mm, with compression ratio of 10.0:1. Standing start acceleration over 200m 12.4s, but more importantly, the fuel efficiency is vastly improved – leaping from 51km/l to 66.7km/l, giving a potential range of over 700km from the 11L fuel tank.

Honda has developed its eSP engines – and the engineering that goes into them – on a growing range of 125cc scooters over the last 5 years. The focus is around building in, from a clean sheet, low-friction technology to every facet of the engine; the CB125F’s eSP engine benefits hugely from eight years of accumulated know-how.

And it starts with weight. The new eSP design is 7kg lighter than the engine it replaces. Its cylinder is offset, reducing friction between the piston skirt and bore, while the piston itself is cooled by an oil jet from underneath, again reducing friction. Valve operation is via rocker-roller arms equipped with needle bearings.

An Alternating Current Generator (ACG) is also part of the eSP formula and combines electricity generation with starting duties, saving weight while simplifying layout. The effort needed to start the engine is reduced thanks to a swing-back system that returns the crank to its position before air intake – giving the engine a ‘running’ start – and a decompression mechanism that negates cranking resistance due to compression. In use the ACG starter is extremely quiet. The gearbox is 5-speed and final drive is via sealed chain.


Chassis, Styling & Equipment

  • New tubular steel frame saves 1.7kg; twin rear shocks are preload adjustable
  • Sharp re-style adds big-bike presence and extra CB family DNA
  • The nose fairing houses an LED headlight and digital dash
  • Wet weight of 117kg is 8.6% lighter than the previous model

The new tubular frame uses high-tensile steel in its construction and is 1.7kg lighter. It suspends the engine from a sturdy central spine and features geometry that provides the best balance between ride comfort and straight-line stability, with a focus toward light steering input and sporty feel at all lean angles. Rake and trail are set at 26° and 92.4mm, with wheelbase of 1280mm and wet weight is 117kg, a full 11kg lighter.

Dual rear shocks offer 5-step spring preload adjustment and complement the 31mm diameter telescopic fork’s compliance and ride quality; stylish 18-inch die-cast aluminium split-spoke front and rear wheels increase stability and ride quality over rough city streets. Tyres are sized 80/100 front and 90/90 rear. A 240mm front disc is worked by a dual piston caliper, with back up from the 130mm rear drum; both are managed by two channel CBS.

The 2021 CB125F wears aggressive new styling, with echoes of larger bikes in the CB family, around its redesigned chassis. The broad-shouldered fuel tank and silver-finished shrouds in particular take their cues from the CB-R Neo Sports Café family, while a CB500F-influenced angular nose fairing and blacked-out fly screen provide some wind deflection, and a sharper attitude. It also houses a new LED headlight and digital dash that displays the information that matters, including a gear position indicator as well as real-time and average fuel economy, distance to empty and ECO indicator, for when riding in the most efficient way. The start/stop button is an integrated switch (the previous model did not feature a stop button as standard) as is the high beam/passing switch.

The engine, exhaust downpipe, fork lowers and wheels are blacked out, underlining the strong lines and bold paintwork. The muffler too, is blacked out but also finished with a chrome heat shield. Bright red detailing is to be found on the shock springs, spark plug HT cap and HONDA, picked out on the left-hand engine cover. Other quality finishing touches include 3D Honda Wings on the shrouds and mirror/indicator shaping that emulates the design language of the whole machine.

With its intended use as an everyday commuter, gateway machine to the world of motorcycling - and riding school stalwart - the CB125F’s riding position is upright and relaxed, with more forward-set footpegs and wide tubular handlebars giving optimum control, rider confidence and all-round visibility. Seat height is 15mm higher at 790mm and offers room for two adults comfortably; a passenger grab rail is also standard, as is a centre stand.

Engine Type  Air-cooled 4-stroke OHC single
Engine Displacement  124cc
Bore & Stroke  50mm x 63.1mm
Compression Ratio  10.0: 1
Carburation  PGM-FI electronic fuel injection
Max. Power Output  8kW @ 6,000rpm
Max. Torque  10.9Nm @ 6,250rpm
Starter Electric
Gearbox  5-speed
Final Drive  Chain
Dimensions and Weight
Length x Width x Height  2015mm x 750mm x 1100mm
Wheelbase  1280mm
Seat Height  790mm
Ground Clearance  160mm
Fuel Capacity  11 litres
Kerb Weight  117kg
Wheels, Suspension and Brakes
Wheels Front  18” five spoke aluminium
Wheels Rear  18” five spoke aluminium
Tyres Front  80/100 – 18M/C
Tyres Rear  90/90 – 18M/C
Suspension Front  31mm telescopic fork
Suspension Rear  Dual rear shocks with 5-step spring preload
CBS System Type 2-channel CBS
Brakes Front  240mm disc with two piston calliper
Brakes Rear  130mm drum


All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.


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