Lexmoto Tekken Review
|The bike is ridden nearly every day including some of Scotland's worst weather. It's well balanced, easy to control, has nice off the line acceleration and gets mistaken for a KTM on a daily basis. The Tekken is a great first bike and a great bike for the money.||
|✓||Big bike looks, chunky tyres|
|×||Tall seat, on the heavy side|
Well the Tekken, where do I start? Many pros but a few small cons with the bike itself. The Tekken has been my first ever bike and I purchased this in November last year. The bike was and still is ridden nearly every day no matter the weather so it's been through some of Scotland's worst weather.
- The bike is very well balanced and easy to control, touch wood.
- It's got nice off the line acceleration without a doubt.
- It looks awesome but gets mistaken for a KTM on a daily basis. I don't know if that's a good thing to be honest!
- The bike is very off road capable, from experiences I have had this bike off and on the road and it's just as comfortable either way.
The bike isn't awfully loud. I have been waiting to fit a new aftermarket exhaust since I have had the bike but still nothing has came out for it yet.
The top end isn't amazing but decent enough. I average 55-60 flat and I have pushed it to 68 down a slight hill. I feel if the suspension was stiffer and it had normal tyres it would be capable of 70mph easy. These suggestions I will be doing in the long run.
Now the most annoying thing. The electrics, like all Lexmoto the electrics, aren't the best but with a few solders here and there and a good mechanic it's absolutely fine. I feel if they work on better wiring the bike would be a steal. I have had a few things replaced under Warranty like a starter solenoid and a new ignition barrel.
What I've Changed
Some mods I have personally done are new mirrors, tank pad, hand guards and that's basically it. I do have some spoke covers to fit and they will be going on as soon as possible.
Anyway, the Tekken is a great first bike and a great bike for the money. It just needs to be maintained regularly like all bikes.
- Lucas B, 2018
Capacity: 124 cc
Power: 10 bhp
Top Speed: 60 mph
Seat Height: 820 mm
Wet Weight: 152 kg
Range: 230 miles