The best part of the Trail 125 is that it lets you ride so many places. On the street it’s a fun, practical commuter. And its light weight, skid plate, spark arrestor and ground clearance make it a joy in the dirt. Plus, since it has a license plate, you can ride it in areas restricted to some off-road-only bikes, like state and national parks.
The Trail 125 ABS is built for adventure. That’s why we gave it a special, reinforced steel backbone chassis. The design makes getting on and off easier, while providing great ground clearance and a rugged, ready-for-anything look.
With a 31.5-inch seat height and a taller handlebar, the Trail 125 ABS has a nice, roomy cockpit that makes it comfortable in just about every riding situation, from urban commutes to dirt roads.
When it comes to instruments, the Trail 125 ABS is fully equipped. The digital display features a speedometer, odometer, A&B trip meters, fuel gauge, clock, and indicator for low/high beam.
The Trail 125 ABS’s round headlight looks retro, but its LED performance is totally up to date and provides superior illumination and visibility.
With its 1.4-gallon fuel tank (larger than the Super Cub’s) and awesome fuel efficiency, the Trail 125 ABS offers a spectacular range. The tank filler is under the seat so it’s easy to access.
Who knows where your adventures are going to take you? That’s why we gave the Trail 125 ABS a sturdy skid plate and a pair of front brush-guard tubes, along with 6.5 inches of ground clearance.
Need to pack along some camping equipment, or gear to survive the zombie apocalypse? Check out the Trail 125 ABS’s large, flat rear cargo rack. Add our accessory cargo box and you’ll be ready for anything!
Riding in cold weather? Check out the optional heated grips. An available rear cargo box is another favorite. And what about adding a 12-volt electrical port too—it’ll keep your devices charged while you’re on the go, or even let you run a GPS.