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MXA RETRO TEST: WE RIDE JEREMY McGRATH’S 1992 PEAK HONDA CR125


This was the Porsche Turbo Carrera of the 125 class back in 1992—it revved higher, harder and longer than the stock CR125 and had better bottom to boot

MXA RETRO TEST: WE RIDE MIKE KIEDROWSKI’S 1990 FACTORY HONDA CR125


Roger’s instructions were to tell us anything we wanted to know, keep the bikes running as long as we liked, and help us dial in our own stock 1991 CR125

1995 Honda CR125 Two-Stroke Restoration

MXA’S 1994 HONDA CR125 RESTORATION DISASTER


They look so lovely under studio lights, but getting them to that point is fraught with peril and imperiled by fraught

1999 Honda CR125

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 1999 HONDA CR125 TWO-STROKE


When Honda’s aluminum frame was in its teething stages it was jaw breaker rigid. Looking back, was it the way to go?

2001 service honda CR134-4

ON THE RECORD: 2001 SERVICE HONDA CR134 THAT WE HATED TO RIDE


This is a classic example of all that can go wrong with a hopped-up bike—and spending a bundle of money doesn’t always make a bike better

2005 HONDA CR125

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 2005 HONDA CR125


The 2005 CR125 was much faster than the 2004 model. In fact, was competitive with the rest of the 125s. As for the 250Fs, let’s not get too greedy

2003 Twisted Development Honda CR125

MXA RIDES TWISTED DEVELOPMENT’S 2005 HONDA CR125 (VIDEO)


Come on Honda, bring back two-strokes! We still love them

WE RIDE TWISTED DEVELOPMENT’S 2005 HONDA CR125


The well traveled history of a 2005 Honda CR125 & what’s planned for it next

2001 Honda CR125

ON THE RECORD: COMPLETE TEST OF THE 2001 HONDA CR125


One small step backwards and one giant leap forward

TWO-STROKE TEST: MAKING A 1995 HONDA CR125 BETTER THAN NEW


Once a new bike, then a forgotten relic, then a barn find and now we are are racing it