New 2024: update Honda CBR CB125R

New 2024: update Honda CBR CB125R

Since its inception, the CB125R has been a motorcycle that stands head and shoulders above its competitors. Powered by its fun and peppy 125cc engine, the CB125R has been the first step for many in the Honda Neo Sports Café franchise – each boasting impressive dimensions, minimalist retro styling and a cool modern twist.

  • The CB125R gets a new color TFT screen like on the CB1000R, which is operated by completely new buttons.
  • For the 2024 model year, the CB125R will be available in new Matt Cynos Gray, Pearl Cool White, Reef Sea Blue Metallic and Pearl Splendor Red.
  • A new, large logo in matching colors is the icing on the cake
  • The CB125R is not EURO5+ compliant

New: 5-inch TFT color screen

On top of the extra touch afforded by the CB1000R’s new 5-inch TFT color screen, the 24YM CB125R also gets four eye-catching new colors that will ensure it continues to stand out from the crowd for years to come.

The new color screen gives the rider a choice of four settings, from which you can easily read your speed, rpm, selected gear and more; The gear indicator can also be changed. The screen is integrated with brand new buttons on the left bar, which are stylish and easy to operate.

New color schemes

The 24YM CB125R will be available in four new colors: Matt Cynos Gray, Pearl Cool White, Reef Sea Blue Metallic and Pearl Splendor Red painted rear. All phones also get matching, large CB125R logos on the radiator caps and negative color Honda Wing logos on the tank. The exception is the Matt Cynos Gray Metallic paint scheme, which is unique to the arrangement, with gold CB125R and Honda Wing logos on the radiator shrouds and tank respectively.

11 kW and USD front fork

For the 2021 model year, the CB125R received an all-new engine that delivers 11.0 kW of power and 11.6 Nm of torque. It was also fitted with a 41mm Showa Separate Function Big Piston (SFF-BP) USD fork from its Neo Sports Café sibling, the CB650R, which brings ‘big bike’ suspension to the 125cc engine.


The new goals for EURO5+ emissions, which will be a legal requirement by the end of 2024, include the introduction of new “on-board” monitoring of the catalytic converter, lowering the fault detection threshold and therefore warning the owner earlier, more severe noise. restrictions and long-term improvements in emissions.

2024 HONDA CB125R