The choice of a novice motorcyclist - "Minsk M 125"
The modern market of motor vehicles is capable ofsatisfy even the highest requirements of potential customers, but domestic bikers do not lose interest in the Soviet classics. Motorcycles created in times of the existence of the USSR are still beyond competition in the secondary market of Russia. Particular attention is attracted to the motorcycle "Minsk M 125", reviews about which are more positive.
Best for the beginner
Most owners of this device noteits durability and versatility. On the motorcycle "Minsk M 125" you can drive almost any road, whether it's an asphalt track or a rolled ground surface. An incredibly comfortable fit makes it an ideal technique for a novice biker.
Advantages of the model:
- relatively powerful motor;
- there is no shortage of spare parts;
- even complex repairs are inexpensive;
- simplicity and reliability of construction;
- low consumption of gasoline.
- is too simple for motorcyclists with experience.
Having optimal technical characteristics,The model is as easy to manage as possible. The designers of the Minsk bicycle factory set the saddle height of 80 cm, making the model incredibly comfortable. Considering the quality of the roads, it was decided to equip the Minsk M 125 with rear shock absorbers. For better dynamics, aluminum wheels R17 were installed. At low revs, the unit shows good results. The main characteristics are as follows:
- length - 2100 mm;
- width - 1200 mm;
- height - 800 mm;
- base - 1230 mm;
- the optimal type of fuel is A-92;
- the volume of the gas tank is 11 liters;
- single-cylinder two-stroke engine;
- forced air cooling;
- electronic ignition;
- four-speed transmission with the main chain drive;
- drum brake system;
- dry weight - 120 kg;
- consumption per 100 km - 3.5 liters.
- the maximum speed is 90 km / h.
Motorcycles produced in Soviet times,received the simplest steering wheel, which was used strictly for the purpose, without excess and additional functions. The instrument panel, mounted on the Minsk M 125, was also as simple as possible, but quite informative. In the factory, there was a sound alarm.
Simplicity and reliability
At the time of its creation, "Minsk M 125"already had many more powerful and attractivecompetitors. But the calculation of the designers was not on speed. This model was successful due to its simplicity in operation, and also because of the relatively low price of the new motorcycle. Easy to manage, it became interesting for amateurs who want to learn motor skills. "Minsk M 125"received an incredibly strong frame made of stainless steel, due to which it became as stable as possible on the road.
The motor deserves special attention,which is reliable and durable. The designers of the Minsk bicycle factory have created a single-cylinder two-stroke engine, which is capable of producing 11 liters. from. To improve the characteristics of the power unit, as well as increase its reliability, it was decided to make the ceramic surface of the cylinder. Like most Soviet-era motorcycles, Minsk M 125 received a forced air cooling system.