The Sinnis GPX125 is a fast, beginner-friendly sportbike

It gets full LED lighting all around, and even flaunts a digital instrument panel with a racing-style tachometer and speedometer layout. Clearly, the bike is set to lock horns with the KTM RC 125, a favorite amongst young sportbike enthusiasts in Europe. This lowers the price tag of the KTM by a significant margin, that too at just £3,299, or $4,465 USD.

Sinise is an emerging motorcycle manufacturer based in the UK, it is best known for its stylish entry-level motorcycles, targeted at beginner riders with an A1 license, and has grown significantly in several European countries . Naturally, young riders in this segment have been barred from getting the bike of their dreams, meanwhile they have no option but to settle for the smaller 125cc machines.

Fortunately, manufacturers like Sinise make up for this by releasing machines with extremely attractive and sporty aesthetics while keeping performance in line with local licensing rules and regulations.

That said, brands like Sinise manage to keep costs down thanks to outsourcing manufacturing to countries in the Far East (yes, I'm talking none other than China). Now, early riders in the UK as well as other parts of Europe will certainly be interested in Sinise's latest offering, the GPX125.

It gets full LED lighting all around, and even flaunts a digital instrument panel with a racing-style tachometer and speedometer layout. Clearly, the bike is set to lock horns with the KTM RC 125, a favorite amongst young sportbike enthusiasts in Europe. This lowers the price tag of the KTM by a significant margin, that too at just £3,299, or $4,465 USD. Sinise is an emerging motorcycle manufacturer based in the UK, it is best known for its stylish entry-level motorcycles, targeted at beginner riders with an A1 license, and has grown significantly in several European countries . Naturally, young riders in this segment have been barred from getting the bike of their dreams, meanwhile they have no option but to settle for the smaller 125cc machines.  Fortunately, manufacturers like Sinise make up for this by releasing machines with extremely attractive and sporty aesthetics while keeping performance in line with local licensing rules and regulations.  That said, brands like Sinise manage to keep costs down thanks to outsourcing manufacturing to countries in the Far East (yes, I'm talking none other than China). Now, early riders in the UK as well as other parts of Europe will certainly be interested in Sinise's latest offering, the GPX125.    Judging by the photos alone, if I had never seen this bike before, and didn't know exactly what it was, it would be easy to believe it was a mighty middleweight sportbike. However, the radical styling under the bikes is a very modest 125cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that pumps out around 13 horsepower.  It really is a compromise, especially for kids who want to get started on a sporty machine. I mean, if you can't hop on a powerful sportbike, at least get a slow bike that looks really fast, right?  That said, the GPX125 has much more to boast about than its looks. It comes fully loaded with premium components, as you would expect from a 125cc BOP.  It gets full LED lighting all around, and even flaunts a digital instrument panel with a racing-style tachometer and speedometer layout. Clearly, the bike is set to lock horns with the KTM RC 125, a favorite amongst young sportbike enthusiasts in Europe. This lowers the price tag of the KTM by a significant margin, that too at just £3,299, or $4,465 USD.

Judging by the photos alone, if I had never seen this bike before, and didn't know exactly what it was, it would be easy to believe it was a mighty middleweight sportbike. However, the radical styling under the bikes is a very modest 125cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that pumps out around 13 horsepower.

It really is a compromise, especially for kids who want to get started on a sporty machine. I mean, if you can't hop on a powerful sportbike, at least get a slow bike that looks really fast, right?

That said, the GPX125 has much more to boast about than its looks. It comes fully loaded with premium components, as you would expect from a 125cc BOP.

It gets full LED lighting all around, and even flaunts a digital instrument panel with a racing-style tachometer and speedometer layout. Clearly, the bike is set to lock horns with the KTM RC 125, a favorite amongst young sportbike enthusiasts in Europe. This lowers the price tag of the KTM by a significant margin, that too at just £3,299, or $4,465 USD.

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