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    Default Yamaha 125 G For Road trip ( Islamabad to Sust Border China )

    Salaam Guys

    I am planning to buy a new 125 G just for a road trip from Islamabad to Sust Border China. Its almost 1000 Km two way route. We are two people who will ride on single bike. our weight is 78+64 = 142 + 10 to 15 kg lugguage and extra's weight almost 160kg weight on it.

    Here are my few questions for those who have travel experience specially on bikes.

    1) will it be a good idea to travel 1000km on Yamaha 125 YBR G.

    2) Is it ok to travel two person on single bike?

    For those who have YBR G 125. Please share your experience that how 's bike over all. Will it a good choice for this road trip...

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    I think YBR 125 is not powerful enough to manage 160kg easily on northern areas with steep hills...
    GS150 is better option in terms of power...

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    jaan leni hay YBR ki .... 114 apna us ka weight then 150 kg app logon ka wait then 10 kg cheezon ka wait..... 300kg karna hay kya

    GS lain woh phir bhi sahi hay is say... YBR is underpowered comparing with cg.

    Dry weight of 125 is 98 kg
    Dry weight of ybr is 114 kg... ab khud dekh lain.... ybr say behtar 125 rahay shayad. but GS 150 super choice hay.

    Quote Originally Posted by hassanjanujee View Post
    Salaam Guys

    I am planning to buy a new 125 G just for a road trip from Islamabad to Sust Border China. Its almost 1000 Km two way route. We are two people who will ride on single bike. our weight is 78+64 = 142 + 10 to 15 kg lugguage and extra's weight almost 160kg weight on it.

    Here are my few questions for those who have travel experience specially on bikes.

    1) will it be a good idea to travel 1000km on Yamaha 125 YBR G.

    2) Is it ok to travel two person on single bike?

    For those who have YBR G 125. Please share your experience that how 's bike over all. Will it a good choice for this road trip...
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    Quote Originally Posted by arsi_mast View Post
    I think YBR 125 is not powerful enough to manage 160kg easily on northern areas with steep hills...
    GS150 is better option in terms of power...
    What if the bike will have to manage a weight og 100 kg rather than 160 kg on northern areas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chdemon View Post
    jaan leni hay YBR ki .... 114 apna us ka weight then 150 kg app logon ka wait then 10 kg cheezon ka wait..... 300kg karna hay kya

    GS lain woh phir bhi sahi hay is say... YBR is underpowered comparing with cg.

    Dry weight of 125 is 98 kg
    Dry weight of ybr is 114 kg... ab khud dekh lain.... ybr say behtar 125 rahay shayad. but GS 150 super choice hay.
    Agar aik banda hu YBR pay mean ybr having weight 90KG on it including person and things weight on it.. Will be good enought to ride on it...??

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    yup will be fine, i dont think it will issue then. but 300 kg was over the edge of this 125 cc bike. if you have to buy then why dont you go for 150 cc. it will be much better in terms of power.

    Quote Originally Posted by hassanjanujee View Post
    Agar aik banda hu YBR pay mean ybr having weight 90KG on it including person and things weight on it.. Will be good enought to ride on it...??
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    I think Ybr G is a good option..many people here have used this bike in northeren areas and they are quite satisfied

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassanjanujee View Post
    What if the bike will have to manage a weight og 100 kg rather than 160 kg on northern areas?
    Yeap that'll be ok but you are not going to enjoy the ride even my gs150 with 70kg weight on it seems quite unresponsive to me sometimes but that'll do the job... Single person on YBR is better than 2... BTW when are you planning your trip...?

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    Not going into technicalities, IMHO two people riding together on YBR is a pretty bad idea (rather uncomfortable seating even for short day trips). Try it yourself for such short trips. If you two are comfortable, then go for it
    Just an ordinary guy ... @Mak_pk

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    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/yam...amaha-ybr-125g

    Hope this will help in making a decision.

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