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    Default My new bike YBR125, yes, Yamaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamikhan View Post
    Raja sahib original tyres of YBR also can be converted into tubeless tyres
    how :O
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    Quote Originally Posted by imbigsmall View Post
    Front: 2.75-18
    Back: 90/90-18
    exactly similar to Piaggio n deluxe,, i have visited servis tyre dealership, servis has introduced 100/90-18 for 125 category bike, i recommend you install that one as per your convenience..

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    Quote Originally Posted by saad.bukhari1 View Post
    exactly similar to Piaggio n deluxe,, i have visited servis tyre dealership, servis has introduced 100/90-18 for 125 category bike, i recommend you install that one as per your convenience..
    100/90 is much heavy for this bike
    It is necessary first owner complete its running and after that he will decide which things he needed to be change

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    If anyone here encounters a dealership which charges more than the standard price for Yamaha YBR 125 which is 1,29,400 then please inform Pakistan Bikers Club by following this procedure:

    My new bike ybr 125  yes yamaha -1569271

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajahasnain92 View Post
    thank u bro its 1,29,400
    bro he meant price with registration and taxes etc by the way ap meri baat ko serious he la gaiya

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    Quote Originally Posted by saad.bukhari1 View Post
    exactly similar to Piaggio n deluxe,, i have visited servis tyre dealership, servis has introduced 100/90-18 for 125 category bike, i recommend you install that one as per your convenience..
    did they introduced tubeless tyres ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by faizxy View Post
    bro he meant price with registration and taxes etc by the way ap meri baat ko serious he la gaiya
    registration to krwai e ni abi
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    Quote Originally Posted by rajahasnain92 View Post
    bro first gear forward rest all backward ..baki gear down krna easy hy like u press gear forward complicated thing 2nd gear se hy ..jb ap gear nikal k 2nd py aty ho yhn py ap thora sa gear shift ko push krogy to neutral i mean soft foot and zada push krogy (hard foot ) to direct 1st gear me chali jygi bike .. i m still learning though
    Bro Do you think like me that Yamaha ko bike gears shifting simple rakhna chaye tha like other bikes like gs and cg I mean to say for Increasing gear push all forward and for decreasing gears all backward. Yeh waqai confusing hai because jub koi ybr gear shifting ka used to ho jayega after that woh dusre bikes par same is trha gear shifting krne ke glte krega because usko ybr ke adat hoge.
    ( Every thing of this bike is awesome & nice like looks/style like big name yamaha and also quite reasonable price tag. Only and only issue can be confusing gear shifting ) .
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    Bhai this is not possible coz ybr has the same engine as yamaha trail bike.

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    Default My new bike ybr 125 :) yes yamaha

    Quote Originally Posted by umerchaudhary View Post
    Bro Do you think like me that Yamaha ko bike gears shifting simple rakhna chaye tha like other bikes like gs and cg I mean to say for Increasing gear push all forward and for decreasing gears all backward. Yeh waqai confusing hai because jub koi ybr gear shifting ka used to ho jayega after that woh dusre bikes par same is trha gear shifting krne ke glte krega because usko ybr ke adat hoge.
    ( Every thing of this bike is awesome & nice like looks/style like big name yamaha and also quite reasonable price tag. Only and only issue can be confusing gear shifting ) .
    bro ye to bande py depend krta hy wo active mind se chalye to ghlt gear shift ni kryga ..ab insan ko khud pta hona chahiye na k wo drive kon c bike kr ra ,. i think worldwide aisa hi hy gear shift pattern
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    Quote Originally Posted by umerchaudhary View Post
    Bro Do you think like me that Yamaha ko bike gears shifting simple rakhna chaye tha like other bikes like gs and cg I mean to say for Increasing gear push all forward and for decreasing gears all backward. Yeh waqai confusing hai because jub koi ybr gear shifting ka used to ho jayega after that woh dusre bikes par same is trha gear shifting krne ke glte krega because usko ybr ke adat hoge.
    ( Every thing of this bike is awesome & nice like looks/style like big name yamaha and also quite reasonable price tag. Only and only issue can be confusing gear shifting ) .
    the gear pattern is used worldwide it not pretty hard to understand I have seen many ppl making mistake of increasing gear by pushing the back of the rear of gear shifter which creates confusion the correct method is to pull up the gear shifter form the lower part of front gear shifter like
    My new bike YBR125, yes,  Yamaha. - onbikeshoex500
    p.s I ride cg 125 but my ankle is always in this position to decrease gear in my case

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    the gear pattern is used worldwide it not pretty hard to understand I have seen many ppl making mistake of increasing gear by pushing the back of the rear of gear shifter which creates confusion the correct method is to pull up the gear shifter form the lower part of front gear shifter like
    My new bike YBR125, yes,  Yamaha. - onbikeshoex500
    p.s I ride cg 125 but my ankle is always in this position to decrease gear in my case
    thanks for the useful info bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    the gear pattern is used worldwide it not pretty hard to understand I have seen many ppl making mistake of increasing gear by pushing the back of the rear of gear shifter which creates confusion the correct method is to pull up the gear shifter form the lower part of front gear shifter like
    My new bike YBR125, yes,  Yamaha. - onbikeshoex500
    p.s I ride cg 125 but my ankle is always in this position to decrease gear in my case
    This is a nightmare for people like me who wear dress boots. If you had dress boots worth 10k, you would also not want to ruin them like this.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    This is a nightmare for people like me who wear dress boots. If you had dress boots worth 10k, you would also not want to ruin them like this.
    Who drives the bike wearing 10k shoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by surty1 View Post
    Who drives the bike wearing 10k shoes?
    People who travel to their office on a bike.
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    People who travel to their office on a bike.
    Bhai going on a bike to office and wearing a shoe worth 10k. amzaing anyway u r rite

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    Quote Originally Posted by surty1 View Post
    Bhai going on a bike to office and wearing a shoe worth 10k. amzaing anyway u r rite
    Okay, first of all ... don't just assume people who travel on a bike, don't have the right to wear expensive shoes. Even if they do that, they are not in any way alienating themselves from rest of the world. Sometimes, dressing matters more in an office environment. And sometimes, someone may like a particular thing in his/her dressing more than the other.

    All i am saying is that this shifting style (one down, 4 up) isn't suitable for people like me. I used to use the shifter pedal just like that, as shown in above picture (reducing gears with the top of my toe), but i had to leave that habbit because it was ruining boots, and had to resort to traditional method (using the heel of my foot to reduce gears). Though i admit it, that i am also guilty of liking that style more (reducing gears from the top of my toes).

    Thankfully, we also have the option to use the heel of your foot, to do that, on a YBR125. But it will take some time getting used to. OBviously it will be inconvenient when you can take out gears as shown in above picture (which is not only faster, but also gives you more control over your ride - because of your feet position).
    Riders on the storm ... literally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abobobilly View Post
    Okay, first of all ... don't just assume people who travel on a bike, don't have the right to wear expensive shoes. Even if they do that, they are not in any way alienating themselves from rest of the world. Sometimes, dressing matters more in an office environment. And sometimes, someone may like a particular thing in his/her dressing more than the other.

    All i am saying is that this shifting style (one down, 4 up) isn't suitable for people like me. I used to use the shifter pedal just like that, as shown in above picture (reducing gears with the top of my toe), but i had to leave that habbit because it was ruining boots, and had to resort to traditional method (using the heel of my foot to reduce gears). Though i admit it, that i am also guilty of liking that style more (reducing gears from the top of my toes).

    Thankfully, we also have the option to use the heel of your foot, to do that, on a YBR125. But it will take some time getting used to. OBviously it will be inconvenient when you can take out gears as shown in above picture (which is not only faster, but also gives you more control over your ride - because of your feet position).
    Bhai, i did not said that people going to office on bike have no rights to wear expensive shoes. A person going on bike will never use expensive shoes due to its sensitivity and would prefer to use cheap ones only in the case of bike or bus whether going to office or anywhere. 1 in 1000 people is not countable however the pattern of ybr will be confusing for sometime but then it will be in practice.

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    I thaink yamaha made these two holes for front number plate what you guys say
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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNOON007 View Post
    I thaink yamaha made these two holes for front number plate what you guys say
    bro u got it me abi yei question krne lga ta ?? others pakwheelers plz shed some light on it
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