KAYO MiniGP MR125, New, Ready to Ride and Race

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  1. Wblairlayton

    Wblairlayton Faster and Faster

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    The perfect way for you to learn the basics of riding and to hone your racing skills all the way to the top of the podium is on the KAYO MiniGP MR125. KAYO offers you a Perfect Balance of Performance and Affordability giving it Tremendous Value as a Race Bike and Training Platform for both the aspiring GP Star and the Weekend Warrior alike.

    View This Video to see the KAYO MiniGP MR125 in action. Visit us at www.svracingparts.com/KAYO

    Call 360-322-4826 for Information on the KAYO MiniGP MR125 Race Bike

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fHI_-XLTpgs

    Watch AMA Racer Sebastiao Ferriera drag elbows on the KAYO MiniGP MR125 on the Little 99 Kart Track in Stockton CA
    http://youtu.be/cpshok1AsL0

    Why Race Kayo MiniGP MR125?

    In the early 1990’s MiniGP racing with 12″ wheel GP bike styled motorcycles was hugely popular. As the price of these motorcycles increased fewer people were able to get involved and with the banning of 2-stroke motorcycles in many locations around the world new motorcycles were no longer available for MiniGP Racing.

    During these times in the 90s and beyond many great motorcycle racers came out of the MiniGP Racing World. Top Rider names such as Nicky Hayden, Jake Zemke, John Hopkins and many more all used MiniGP Racing Motorcycles to hone their skills and later went on to racing in bigger venues with higher level competition.

    The Kayo MiniGP MR125 was designed to fill the void by providing a Quality Racing Motorcycle at a very affordable price.

    Riding a MiniGP MR125 Race Bike teaches the rider the same techniques as those used while riding bigger superbikes or Full On GP Race Bikes.

    Because the MiniGP motorcycles are ridden on smaller karting sized tracks the lower top speed makes pushing yourself and the bike to the limits less risky than riding bigger motorcycles, and allows the rider to confidently explore the limits of the motorcycle and themselves.

    The lower entry level and operating costs allow more people to get involved by making a very economical investment in their KAYO MiniGP MR125.

    MiniGP racing is for riders from 7 years old and up with many of the enthusiasts being adult riders. This can be a family sport your whole crew can enjoy and participate in together.

    These are perfect motorcycles for younger riders to learn on and could be a stepping stone for greater things to come.

    For the older or more experienced riders it is a great way to get out and race on Sunday and still be able to go to work the next day with confidence.

    MiniGP Racing is a great way to get out and have fun meeting new friends through camaraderie in the pits or bonding with your family as you put together your own team.

    This is the Year to Go KAYO!! See you at the Track and on the Podium!

    This Bike is intended for Off Road, Closed Course Competitive Riding Use. It is Not a Street Bike.

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    KAYO MiniGP MR125 Competition Race Bike Specifications:
    Email sales@svracingparts.com for Order and Contact Information.

    Engine 125cc
    Bore x Stroke 54mm x 54mm
    Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    Max Power 7.1kw (@8000rpm)
    Max Torque 9.5N.m (@6500rpm)
    Ignition CDI
    Starter Kick
    Gearshift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 (1 up, 4 down)
    Transmission Front Sprocket 14T
    Rear Sprocket 41T
    Chain KMC 428
    Wheelbase 1074mm
    Seat Height 668mm
    Ground Clearance 123mm
    Dry Weight 85kg
    Length x Width x Height 1556mm x 595mm x 911mm
    Frame Steel
    Handle Bars Steel with Alloy Clip On Clamps
    Wheels Alloy Front 3.00-12, Alloy Rear 3.50-12
    Tires Front 100/80-12, Rear 120/80-12
    Front Forks USD Fork Travel 100mm
    Rear Shock Common Travel 35mm
    Swing arm Steel Length=410mm
    Brakes Front Brake Disc
    Rear Brake Disc
    Fork Angle 23degrees36'
    Fuel Capacity 10 Liters
     
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2015
  2. Wblairlayton

    Wblairlayton Faster and Faster

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    The perfect way for you to learn the basics of riding and to hone your racing skills all the way to the top of the podium is on the KAYO MiniGP MR125. KAYO offers you a Perfect Balance of Performance and Affordability giving it Tremendous Value as a Race Bike and Training Platform for both the aspiring GP Star and the Weekend Warrior alike.

    View This Video to see the KAYO MiniGP MR125 in action. Visit us at www.svracingparts.com/KAYO

    Call 360-322-4826 for Information on the KAYO MiniGP MR125 Race Bike

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fHI_-XLTpgs

    Watch AMA Racer Sebastiao Ferriera drag elbows on the KAYO MiniGP MR125 on the Little 99 Kart Track in Stockton CA
    http://youtu.be/cpshok1AsL0

    Why Race Kayo MiniGP MR125?

    In the early 1990’s MiniGP racing with 12″ wheel GP bike styled motorcycles was hugely popular. As the price of these motorcycles increased fewer people were able to get involved and with the banning of 2-stroke motorcycles in many locations around the world new motorcycles were no longer available for MiniGP Racing.

    During these times in the 90s and beyond many great motorcycle racers came out of the MiniGP Racing World. Top Rider names such as Nicky Hayden, Jake Zemke, John Hopkins and many more all used MiniGP Racing Motorcycles to hone their skills and later went on to racing in bigger venues with higher level competition.

    The Kayo MiniGP MR125 was designed to fill the void by providing a Quality Racing Motorcycle at a very affordable price.

    Riding a MiniGP MR125 Race Bike teaches the rider the same techniques as those used while riding bigger superbikes or Full On GP Race Bikes.

    Because the MiniGP motorcycles are ridden on smaller karting sized tracks the lower top speed makes pushing yourself and the bike to the limits less risky than riding bigger motorcycles, and allows the rider to confidently explore the limits of the motorcycle and themselves.

    The lower entry level and operating costs allow more people to get involved by making a very economical investment in their KAYO MiniGP MR125.

    MiniGP racing is for riders from 7 years old and up with many of the enthusiasts being adult riders. This can be a family sport your whole crew can enjoy and participate in together.

    These are perfect motorcycles for younger riders to learn on and could be a stepping stone for greater things to come.

    For the older or more experienced riders it is a great way to get out and race on Sunday and still be able to go to work the next day with confidence.

    MiniGP Racing is a great way to get out and have fun meeting new friends through camaraderie in the pits or bonding with your family as you put together your own team.

    This is the Year to Go KAYO!! See you at the Track and on the Podium!

    This Bike is intended for Off Road, Closed Course Competitive Riding Use. It is Not a Street Bike.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    KAYO MiniGP MR125 Competition Race Bike Specifications:
    Email sales@svracingparts.com for Order and Contact Information.

    Engine 125cc
    Bore x Stroke 54mm x 54mm
    Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    Max Power 7.1kw (@8000rpm)
    Max Torque 9.5N.m (@6500rpm)
    Ignition CDI
    Starter Kick
    Gearshift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 (1 up, 4 down)
    Transmission Front Sprocket 14T
    Rear Sprocket 41T
    Chain KMC 428
    Wheelbase 1074mm
    Seat Height 668mm
    Ground Clearance 123mm
    Dry Weight 85kg
    Length x Width x Height 1556mm x 595mm x 911mm
    Frame Steel
    Handle Bars Steel with Alloy Clip On Clamps
    Wheels Alloy Front 3.00-12, Alloy Rear 3.50-12
    Tires Front 100/80-12, Rear 120/80-12
    Front Forks USD Fork Travel 100mm
    Rear Shock Common Travel 35mm
    Swing arm Steel Length=410mm
    Brakes Front Brake Disc
    Rear Brake Disc
    Fork Angle 23degrees36'
    Fuel Capacity 10 Liters
     
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2015
  3. Wblairlayton

    Wblairlayton Faster and Faster

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    The perfect way for you to learn the basics of riding and to hone your racing skills all the way to the top of the podium is on the KAYO MiniGP MR125. KAYO offers you a Perfect Balance of Performance and Affordability giving it Tremendous Value as a Race Bike and Training Platform for both the aspiring GP Star and the Weekend Warrior alike.

    Visit us at www.svracingparts.com/KAYO

    Call 360-322-4826 for Information on the KAYO MiniGP MR125 Race Bike

    View This Video to see the KAYO MiniGP MR125 in action in other parts of the world.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fHI_-XLTpgs

    This is the Year to Go KAYO!!

    Here is a link to AMA Racer Sebastiao Ferriera on his KAYO MiniGP MR125R on the Little 99 Karting Track in Stockton CA doing some training laps this past weekend,
    http://youtu.be/cpshok1AsL0

    Why Race Kayo MiniGP MR125?

    In the early 1990’s MiniGP racing with 12″ wheel GP bike styled motorcycles was hugely popular. As the price of these motorcycles increased fewer people were able to get involved and with the banning of 2-stroke motorcycles in many locations around the world new motorcycles were no longer available for MiniGP Racing.

    During these times in the 90s and beyond many great motorcycle racers came out of the MiniGP Racing World. Top Rider names such as Nicky Hayden, Jake Zemke, John Hopkins and many more all used MiniGP Racing Motorcycles to hone their skills and later went on to racing in bigger venues with higher level competition.

    The Kayo MiniGP MR125 was designed to fill the void by providing a Quality Racing Motorcycle at a very affordable price.

    Riding a MiniGP MR125 Race Bike teaches the rider the same techniques as those used while riding bigger superbikes or Full On GP Race Bikes.

    Because the MiniGP motorcycles are ridden on smaller karting sized tracks the lower top speed makes pushing yourself and the bike to the limits less risky than riding bigger motorcycles, and allows the rider to confidently explore the limits of the motorcycle and themselves.

    The lower entry level and operating costs allow more people to get involved by making a very economical investment in their KAYO MiniGP MR125.

    MiniGP racing is for riders from 7 years old and up with many of the enthusiasts being adult riders. This can be a family sport your whole crew can enjoy and participate in together.

    These are perfect motorcycles for younger riders to learn on and could be a stepping stone for greater things to come.

    For the older or more experienced riders it is a great way to get out and race on Sunday and still be able to go to work the next day with confidence.

    MiniGP Racing is a great way to get out and have fun meeting new friends through camaraderie in the pits or bonding with your family as you put together your own team.

    This is the Year to Go KAYO!! See you at the Track and on the Podium!

    This Bike is intended for Off Road, Closed Course Competitive Riding Use. It is Not a Street Bike.

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    KAYO MiniGP MR125 Competition Race Bike Specifications:
    Email sales@svracingparts.com for Order and Contact Information.

    Engine 125cc
    Bore x Stroke 54mm x 54mm
    Compression Ratio 9.0:1
    Max Power 7.1kw (@8000rpm)
    Max Torque 9.5N.m (@6500rpm)
    Ignition CDI
    Starter Kick
    Gearshift Pattern 1-N-2-3-4-5 (1 up, 4 down)
    Transmission Front Sprocket 14T
    Rear Sprocket 41T
    Chain KMC 428
    Wheelbase 1074mm
    Seat Height 668mm
    Ground Clearance 123mm
    Dry Weight 85kg
    Length x Width x Height 1556mm x 595mm x 911mm
    Frame Steel
    Handle Bars Steel with Alloy Clip On Clamps
    Wheels Alloy Front 3.00-12, Alloy Rear 3.50-12
    Tires Front 100/80-12, Rear 120/80-12
    Front Forks USD Fork Travel 100mm
    Rear Shock Common Travel 35mm
    Swing arm Steel Length=410mm
    Brakes Front Brake Disc
    Rear Brake Disc
    Fork Angle 23degrees36'
    Fuel Capacity 10 Liters
     
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2015

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