Bro, Honda CG125 is you know.....umm..... just a bike. anyways, the worst things that I hate about Honda CG125 is its tendency to induce "short man syndrome" in riders. lols!
I mean, seriously! why is it that CG125 riders are always trying to measure up?
are they insecure with what they have?
are they insecure cause the only plus they are getting in their Honda CG125s is 1. resale 2. availability of cheap spares.
why is it that CG125 riders are always trying to over-compensate with big words such as PICK, PERFORMANCE, SPEED and ACCELERATION? Its a daily commuter motorcycle for crying out loud. the most important feature in a commuter is comfort. PERIOD!
Anyways, lets not be too harsh on CG125 the traumatic levels of noise and vibrations they produce probably shakes a couple of million brain cells loose in their riders everytime they ride it for more than 5 minutes. lols!
Bro, luxuries are a funny bunch. the moment you have one, you start wanting for more. the 12-volts 110-watts power outlets allowed me and my wife to watch horror movies in absolute darkness and total wilderness at 8,000 plus feet. the experience/pleasure was priceless and would definitely remain in our memories for a long time. The sky was shimmering bright with the light of stars and were were watching "freddy vs jason".
as with any luxury, the funny thing here is that it would have been more nice if I could use that same power outlets to generate some heat cause it was really cold and nothing beats sipping on a hot bowl of tomato soup in cold nights. lols!
for now, I have purchased a small portable LPG stove which is convenient enough to be carried in a backpack. I guess the desire of sipping on a hot bowl of tomato soup is about to turn into reality next weekend.
Flaw1: Hayabusa is not in my ownership. 999 flaws remaining. shall I continue? lols!