Lexmoto Viper For Sale
The 2017 Lexmoto Viper is a budget learner friendly naked bike and is powered by a 124cc single cylinder engine which puts out 11bhp. It's closely related to the Euro 4 updated Lexmoto Venom.
- Value for money, brakes, funky audio system
- Only a 5 speed gearbox, no ABS, only linked brakes
What Is It?
It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant air-cooled 124cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 11.4bhp at 9,000rpm and maximum torque at 7,000rpm. The engine is an old Honda CB design with a balance shaft/fuel injection and is shared with the updated 2017 Venom.
- Steel tubular frame
- Wavy disc up front with a 3 piston caliper
- Wavy disc at the rear with single piston caliper
- Combined braking system (back operates middle front piston)
- Upside down fork
- Single rear shock with pre-load adjustment
- LED indicators and tail light
- Digital dash with fuel gauge
- 5 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
- Centre stand, electric start
A small accessory cunningly transforms the pillion grab rails into a luggage rack and unlike many of the other Lexmoto models there is no kick starter. Like the Venom there's an MP3 player/FM radio with speakers on top of the tank which connects to your mobile via Bluetooth or the USB charger under the pillion seat.
The Venom is essentially the same bike but with cheaper/smaller brakes, a standard fork, no mini-beak at the front and a 35mm lower seat although it does have crash bars around the engine. The 5 split spoke 17" wheels take a CST/Maxsis 110/70 tyre at the front and 130/70 at the back.
Colours: Red, green, blue
Did You Know?
It's one of Lexmoto's best sellers and is also known as the SK125-22A
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I have owned the Lexmoto Viper 125cc 2017 plate for 9 months now. It is my first bike since doing my CBT. It is an extremely comfortable bike which even at 6ft 4 I have no issues riding. I feel it is definitely worth its price and some.
The only issue I have had with my viper is if not ridden for 7-10 days then the battery dies and need a full day to charge, however it is very easy to remove the battery and put it back in. I am looking at getting different mirrors in a blue and silver colour to match the bike however and currently struggling to find these.
It uses very little petrol-to the point I have topped the tank up which was nearly empty and only was able to put £10 in it. Overall this bike is amazing, I would not think twice about buying it and is a comfortable smooth ride for people of any size.
- Jade N, 2018
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