QJ Motor SRV 125 arrived on the European market

Unlike the US, European motorcycle licensing rules are much stricter and require young riders to comply with the licensing system. The A1 class is where most young people start, and it involves driving a motorcycle with a volume of no more than 125 cc, with an engine that produces no more than 15 hp. This two-wheeler segment is really interesting, as it’s full of small bikes that mimic their larger, more powerful counterparts.

We’ve seen this in models like the Yamaha XSR125, a scaled-down but equally stylish version of the XSR700. There’s also the Kawasaki Ninja 125, a small-displacement superbike designed to give young riders a sporty platform to hone their skills. This time, Chinese manufacturer QJ Motor introduced the SRV 125, a small cruiser that allows new riders to enter the world of two-wheelers in style.

We’re familiar with the partnership between QJ Motor and Harley-Davidson, and while the SRV 125 has nothing to do with the new little Harleys, we can see some of the X350’s styling in this European-market model. Instead of adopting the long-wheelbase cruiser design, the SRV 125 is much more compact and has a more neutral seating position. However, it brings retro styling cues such as a round headlight, faux leather seats and a low ride height.

In terms of performance, the QJ Motor SRV 125 is equipped with a fully modern engine. It has a single-cylinder engine with a volume of 125 cc, with water cooling and fuel injection. A maximum power of 15 “horses” is available at 9,500 rpm – exactly at the limit of the permitted power for its category.

Power is sent to the rear wheel via a six-speed manual gearbox, giving the little cruiser a top speed in excess of around 100km/h. The SRV 125 weighs 150 kilograms and has a seat height of only 70 cm. Last but not the least, the SRV 125 is equipped with front and rear disc brakes that come standard with ABS.

Rounding out the technical features, we find full LED lighting, as well as a fully digital LCD instrument panel that includes a convenient USB port. The price of this motorcycle is 3,399 euros.

Source: Moto Berza by www.moto-berza.com.

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