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Thread: Off Road Bike for Muree & Hilly Areas-Yamaha 125 or CG 125

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    Default Off Road Bike for Muree & Hilly Areas-Yamaha 125 or CG 125

    AOA members, I have traveled a lot of places on car. But travelling on car is somewhat strained like getting stuck, road jams etc. Now I am planning to buy a motor bike just for travelling on hilly areas.
    Now, a question is whether to go for CG 125 or Yamaha 125. Unbiased suggestions are requested, pLZ.

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    Yamaha YBR 125g would be a better choice vibration less and comfortable.

    On CG 125 Classic doing such tour's must be tiring CG is only good for daily city use.

    So in short..

    If you are a fan of acceleration/sound and can cooperate with vibrations and uncomfortable rear shocks then CG is the way to go.

    If you want comfortable, smooth, vibration less ride then YBR 125G Would be better. And YBR Would be more stable at 90 or 100 km/h than CG.

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    YBR is a good bike. Yamaha pakistan should control the rates of spare parts. they are way expensive.
    Btw I am also planning to buy Yamaha YBR-G for long tours.

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

    You should read this thread and then make a decision

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    I will recomend ybr 125.. comfortable riding position.. there are no vibrations in bike..breaking is good.suspension is good.

    Travelled all the way from isb to lhr and back to isb on gt road.

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    if you eliminate 100+ speed from your choice


    then the only best and complete package is YBR-G for touring purpose

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    I think YBR would be a better choice here. Its smooth, vibration less ride won't make you tired. Go for CG if you're only considering speed without comfort.

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