The 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro is a road-legal miniature motorcycle manufactured in Southeast Asia by Kawasaki. If you’re looking for cheap thrills, then Kawasaki has a winner with the 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro. And yes, it’ll pull clutch-up wheelies. All that’s left to do now is a battle royale with the Honda Grom.
The bike was first launched in Thailand in early 2012, and was Kawasaki’s first and only “miniature” supermoto-style motorcycle that is designed to compete with the western market Honda Grom, and was originally dedicated for children and younger people who are just learning to ride a motorcycle, as alternative to a scooter. In 2013, the KSR was exported to other Southeast Asian countries as well, namely Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro Specification:
MSRP as tested: $2,990
Engine Capacity: 125 cc
Engine Type: 4-stroke, Single, air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve
Bore x Stroke: 56.0 x 50.6 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Fuel System: DFI with 24mm throttle body
Final Drive: Chain
Front Suspension: 30mm telescopic fork, 3.9 in. travel
Rear Suspension: Single, offset shock with adjustable spring preload, 4.1 in. travel
Front Brakes: 200 mm single petal-style disc, Nissin caliper
Rear Brakes: 184 mm, single petal-style disc, Nissin caliper
Front Tire: 100/90-12
Rear Tire: 120/70-12
Seat Height: 31.7 in.
Rake/Trail: 26.0°/2.7 in.
Claimed Wet Weight: 224.8 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 2.0 gal.