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    Thumbs up Review About RAVI PIAGGIO 125CC Travelled Quetta - Khujerab Pass- Quetta

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    Review About RAVI PIAGGIO 125CC


    Quetta - Khujerab Pass- Quetta



    Dear its been great pleasure for me to Ride such a long distance on RP125cc, Its been very marvelous friend an reliable companion in all the way, As in total journey of almost 4500KM it never stopped anywhere due to any technical Fault( except Tyre puncture), 1st of all i was traveling on it with almost 35kg of load, it was superb in speed as i started from 80-90 km/hr to Maintained speed 115-120 km/hr. so no missing no heat up issues, amazingly i drove it continuously 12-15 hrs, no where felt that its exhausted now, even after heat up it was running more aggressively,

    bike control was really wonderful on 120 km/hr no vibration in handle, even was so steady that i was driving and taking pics with single hand was very comfortable, front shocks and Disc breaks make a combo, in high speed used both breaks it stopped quickly, no skids or slips any where, very good at sharp cutting roads or swings, even on 100 km/hr took many turns very easily due to sporty Tyre extra grip. even on wet roads after rain was very good, not felt single slips,
    petrol average was good on maintain speeds, given 41km/l on high speeds where high winds and heights. almost 51-55km/l in cities on slow speeds, took average Tank full then tank full divided by KM done.
    i was little nervous about muddy heights and snobs of Babu sar top and Other areas like that, but it was really amazing at those areas too, never stooped in 3 ft rushing water, not slipped single time in any mud, but even was more comfort able on off road drives, after some 20 hr drive felt little hard on seat so adjusted some extra foam.
    Well interesting fact when coming back from Khunjerab pass towards passu. some Cg 125 guy passed me and given some accelerators, i unnoticed him he again came and given some accelerator i also let my bike to go, he was sharp in 2nd and 3rd gear when i shifted to 4th gear we were side by side, and when i changed5th gear and given accelerator and after some time i saw in back mirror he was almost a KM left back. well not disgracing any CG 125 just sharing experience.

    Well one major point is also Fuel tank capacity of 14 ltrs vs 9.5ltrs in Cg125 so again very suitable on long routes specially where petrol pumps are not easily available
    Well over all as i have kept many Bikes/ Vespa/ Trails in my Opinion its very Beautiful/ Power full Reliable Bike on Long routes for a comfortable drive.its Engine is powerful on any rock solid or muddy height or wet surface,
    I thinks Driver is also very important, so it depends how u drive,

    Well in my whole journey except of some GLIs Corollas have crossed me . other then no car or bike did cross me

    I will give rating out of 10
    comfort 9
    power 10
    looks 10
    economy 7
    Reliable 8


    Well Every one`s opinion is important and may differ to each other.

    Review About RAVI PIAGGIO 125CC Travelled Quetta  Khujerab Pass Quetta -1237452
    A Long Way Ride without a destiny on a Long Road is food for true Riders soul

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    hamza I don't think it would be a good Idea for you to go for a paiggio .. I usually never recommend a paiggio who has spent some age with CG... it doesnt matches his requirements .. I mean it.
    dear on which basis do u think Piaggio is not better bike then CG, Life is the name of change for betterment, if RP is offering something good we should admire those things, instead of being sticky to only one brand and keep their monopoly on..
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    Sab shaitaani kaam chorr diye hain hamne. CG k saath sab kuj kia ha har tarah se 3 CG's le chukka hu ab tak...


    Liken,

    I need a CHANGE
    Will keep both Piaggio and CG. INSHA ALLAH...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shazimzahir View Post
    dear on which basis do u think Piaggio is not better bike then CG, Life is the name of change for betterment, if RP is offering something good we should admire those things, instead of being sticky to only one brand and keep their monopoly on..


    Shazim brother ... the basis is Experience - and answer hamza nay khudi de diya hai - ye wo kam hai jo paiggio per mahnga per jata hai ..


    Quote Originally Posted by ha125 View Post
    shaitaani kaam
    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/motorcycle-travel-diaries/277725-sober-riders-visit-khunjerab-adventurous-way-via-nori-pass

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    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    Shazim brother ... the basis is Experience - and answer hamza nay khudi de diya hai - ye wo kam hai jo paiggio per mahnga per jata hai ..
    yes dear you are right if discussion is about alteration, then its almost very costly on RP, but if u want better change then RP is better one,
    A Long Way Ride without a destiny on a Long Road is food for true Riders soul

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    awsome clicks dear
    Quote Originally Posted by vickytulla View Post
    @TZB bhai ab aesy tu na kahien na ... RP is really doing gr8 out there ... I toured on it along a heavy bike and it did awesome..


    Right now Moin Khan (the guy from california tour to Pakistan) is doing tour with bunch of other paiggio riders.
    A Good Long Ride Can Clear Your Mind, Restore Your Faith, And Use Up A lot Of Fuel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TZB View Post
    Nice clicks :-) Wish I could be a part of one such trip.

    Bro vicktulla, I was already confused between Suzuki GD 110 and Ravi Piaggio 125 after reading this particular thread. But finally deciding to go for Suzuki GD 110 due to its advanced (OHC) engine which is more powerful, economical, smooth, vibration-less, and quiet :-)

    Long Riders from Lahore, please start a thread if you are planning a tour after Ramazan. By then Insha Allah I would have bough my Suzuki GD 110 and I would love to go on a long route on it.
    Are you still interested in a bike tour after Ramadan? I an my fellows do have, hopefully on 2nd or 3rd day of Eid. Destination will be Noori Top.

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    @shazimzahir.. i was thinking when i saw your tour pictures that RAVI must sponsor you. You did it without any sponsorship which shows your dedication and passion .. every picture you took was breath taking.. Many times i thought who u feel on those curvy and straight road right between the mountain.. I wish i would be there too... Our country is very beautiful .. I have never seen such beautiful pictures of Baluchistan before. Being a Pakistani i love every part of my Country ... if We can end the terrorism from this country believe me there is no other country like Pakistan. God Bless you and thank you for showing us the our beautiful Baluchistan.. Keep it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shedatali View Post
    @shazimzahir.. i was thinking when i saw your tour pictures that RAVI must sponsor you. You did it without any sponsorship which shows your dedication and passion .. every picture you took was breath taking.. Many times i thought who u feel on those curvy and straight road right between the mountain.. I wish i would be there too... Our country is very beautiful .. I have never seen such beautiful pictures of Baluchistan before. Being a Pakistani i love every part of my Country ... if We can end the terrorism from this country believe me there is no other country like Pakistan. God Bless you and thank you for showing us the our beautiful Baluchistan.. Keep it up.
    Dear so many thanks for liking my work, its the biking spirit Always which keep you Keep riding for your own self. i do have many plans, so more and more pics are coming stay tunned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManMachineAdventure View Post
    Are you still interested in a bike tour after Ramadan? I an my fellows do have, hopefully on 2nd or 3rd day of Eid. Destination will be Noori Top.
    That will be very interesting dear do post pics so all will enjoy
    A Long Way Ride without a destiny on a Long Road is food for true Riders soul

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