Honda CB125 in Movies
The Honda CB125 is a twin, four-stroke classic motorcycle produced between 1970 and 1971. It could reach a top speed of 121.0 km/h (75.2 mph)
The engine was a air cooled twin, four-stroke. A 44.0 x 41.0 mm (1.7 x 1.6 inches) stroke result in a displacement of just 125.00 ccm (7.63 cubic inches). The engine features a 9.4:1 compression ratio. Fuel was supplied via a overhead cams (ohc).
The bike has a 5-speed transmission. The final drive was via chain.
It came with a 2.50-18 front tire and a 2.75-18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via expanding brake in the front and a expanding brake in the rear. The CB125 is fitted with a 10.00 litres (2.64 gallons) fuel tank.
The Inbetweeners EP: 3.03
Looks like a Honda badge on tank. Honda CBR125R ? Link to "www.google.co.uk" CBR 150 2007 http://www.bikez.com/motorcycles/honda_cbr_150r_2007.php Don't think we got the CBR150 Alex347 as learners in UK restricted to 125cc bikes. The scene takes place at a Suzuki dealership Proof: see the red 'S' in the upper right corner. My glasses may be failing me but the writing on the lower part of the bike seems to say Honda... It also seems to have the Honda wings on it. They don't have to use the same bike make as the dealer... Indeed it may even be a combined Honda/Suzuki dealership... Honda CBR125R seems to look right to me. Its definetly a Honda CBR125R.
jays fails at riding it and crashes
O Trapalhão no Planalto dos Macacos
1975 CB 125 S http://smg.photobucket.com/user/rstnick/media/CB125S.jpg.html Attention! Modèle spécifique au Brésil, équipé pour fonctionner avec un carburant largement coupé à l'éthanol...
Also without a rear tyre, another local speciality?
Solo One EP: 10
Looks semi home built (a modified street bike), the engine is too small to be BSA/Triumph/AMC and is wrong shape for Ducati so that leaves Honda, maybe based on a CB100 (fork shrouds). Plenty of shots of the bike, but nothing identifiable (to me, at least!) I'm more or less convinced it's a little Honda 100-125, something originally a CB/CL/SL (CT's of that era were Cub based), a reasonable shot of the exhaust would help. Only decent shots of the exhaust: Painted-over Honda logo on the tank?
The silencer outlet possibly matches the position for an SL 125, the rest of the bike doesn't I think this is a CB100 or 125 modified as a farm/green lane hack.
Burn Notice EP: 5.03
looks to me like a honda cbr 125 rr I think. with an extended rear bridge. could be another honda thought. but my gut definately says honda True definatly a Honda it says Hornet rear end and maybe chopped vfr nose cone and front mud guard.
It's not a Honda. It's a 2004-2009 SUZUKI GS500F
La femme invisible (d'après une histoire vraie)
Honda for sure. CBR 125 or something like that.
Why not take a pic where the bike was not hidden by a bag Un derrière d'une Mercedes, un gros derriere d'une parisienne, un sac Christian Dior et le reste il faut le regarder aussi ??? This is the same picture as the one for the Citroen Van already listed. Is that a Honda wing on the gas tank? I was kind of hoping this would be an MZ, but I'm starting to doubt that now. seems to be a Honda CB 100: http://www.vf750fd.com/blurbs/brochures/cb100/cb100k.jpg
According to the legislation in France, Il believe it is a 125cc
I hope this could help the identification bit. Here is some more: Since this film were made in West Germany at the time, I assumed BMW supplied the motorcycles. I am not sure. rims, exhaust pipe and engine look like Honda parts Some sources confirm these are Honda CB 125.
Kojak EP: 1.16
It has a Honda logo. Circa 1972 Honda CB125S. In this case the S is for single because the previous 125 was a twin.
I hope that Honda left enough room for the Pontiac to get out.
Boon EP: 1.12
Honda CB250N from somewhere in the period 1980-83.
Mhouais... Honda, OK, mais CB 125 Twin... dans sa deuxième version (démarreur électrique, etc...)
L'opération corned beef
Le facteur cascadeur Honda CB125 I think. It is one of those models which had a very long production run and may not be as old as it looks.
CB-S. Avec le bras oscillant en tôle emboutie, typique du début des années 70...
- CB125T 2
- CB 125
- CB125 Shine SP
- CB125 CL
- CBR 125R
- CB 125 disc
- CB 125 S (J)
- CB 125 TD-C
- CB 125 T 2 (reduced effect)
- CB 125 T
- CB125T 2 (reduced effect)
- CB 125 S
- CB 125 T 2
- CBR 125 R
- CB125 TD-C
- CB125S (J)
- CB125 disc
- CB 125 Disc
- CB125 Disc
- CB 125 SS