2014 Yamaha MT-125 Image Gallery - Overdrive

2014 Yamaha MT-125 image gallery

12 May 2014 / 4

Yamaha has unveiled the MT-125, its first 125cc bike with the street fighter design and we have to admit, it’s quite a gorgeous looking motorcycle. Based on the 2014 Yamaha YZF-R125 this bike is scheduled for a June launch in the UK. We have compiled a photo gallery.

Yamaha MT 125 1

MT-125 is Yamaha’s first 125cc bike with the street fighter design


The front fascia has low and angular headlamp with LED day lights

Yamaha MT 125 2

Bike will be available in three colours, matt red, matt grey and race blu

Yamaha MT 125

The new MT-125 has been shaped by the strong MT family DNA

Yamaha MT 125 3

Yamaha is hopeful of attracting young buyers with the MT-125


The MT-125 gets a Deltabox frame


Newly designed shorter tank, lower seat and minimalist bodywork for a more “urban” riding position


The front gets wide air intakes


The LED taillight gives a short and uncluttered rear end.


MT-125’s ergonomics give a sporty and relatively upright riding position


The design of the full LCD instrumentation is inspired by smart phone aesthetics, and features bar style display


The MT-125 will be powered by a 125cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC 4-valve engine


The front gets 41mm upside down forks that deliver high levels of rigidity for precise and confident steering


The new design muffler gives plenty of clearance for flickability around tight corners


The front wheel gets single 292mm diameter floating front disc brake with radial caliper


The new muffler give good cornering clearance and emits a throaty exhaust note

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