Kinetic and Hyosung Corporation of South Korea came together to produce GF 125, the first Indian bike to use four-valve engine technology. For bike enthusiasts who care two hoots about power, there is enough visual attraction to keep the mind occupied. Techno buffs would be happy to know about a four valve head, starter motor and the disc up front.
Looks and Styling
GF 125 is a bike with impressive looks, featuring internationally
acclaimed styling with differentiated contours and a sculpted fuel tank
design. The fuel tank can store 13.7 liter and a usable reserve of 1
liter. A 120 mm dia ventilated disc brake on the front wheel gives huge
braking ability, further enhanced by a 130 mm dia drum brake at rear.
Its 220 mm disc brakes helps one to have a complete grip on the ride.
The bike is available with various important features like dual tone
color schemes, dashboard-like instrument console, twin headlamps etc.
Other instrumentation offered includes digital gear indicator, engine
kill switch, pass light, tachometer, tripmeter etc.
Control and Comfort
The bike is available with a standard electric start and a S shaped
kicker. The box pipe dual cradle frame helps in stable ride, less
vibration and deal with jerks in rural as well as urban areas. A self
starter, five speed gearbox, and front disc brake make a good package.
Use of four-valve engine technology (two inlet, two exhaust) helps in
generating a power of 12bhp. The simultaneous operation of two inlet and
two exhaust valves makes for greatest combustion efficiency and
optimized power delivery. It is quick, smooth, comfortable and looks
stunning. The GF 125 returns a healthy mileage of 55kmpl which means
that the fuel bills would be friendly to your pocket. It can reach speed
of 0-60 kmph in 6 seconds, and the maximum speed is of 115 kmph.