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Ccm Tl 125 Tl 125 125cc Learner Legal 125 Cc * 2010 (60 reg) * 1 Miles * Red. Get yourself off or on road with this CCM 123 TL... Read More

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Ccm Tl 125 Tl 125 125cc Learner Legal 125 Cc * 2010 (60 reg) * 1 Miles * Red. Get yourself off or on road with this CCM 123 TL 125 cc Enduro/Offroad bike.Smart enough to hit the streets while still keeping its trail side for those weekends out in the dirt.CCM are British bikes born and bred even their oil is red,white and blue, nah just joking but owning one of these you won't be dissapointed. Reliable,competitively priced and excellent performance and 125cc Learner legal


Colours Silver or Red
Type 1 Cylinder, 4 stroke
Cooling Aircooled
Bore 56.5mm
Stroke 49.5mm
Displacement 124cc
Compression Ratio
Carburretor N/A
Starter System
Lubrication System
Wet Sump
Power 7.5 / 8500 KW /rpm
Chain 520
Ignition electronic ignition (CDI)
Battery 12V7AH
Swing Arm
Steel Tubular
Forks Conventional 40mm
Shock Absorber
Single shock - adjustable preload
Wheels 21" front / 18" rear
Seat Height
Ground Clearance
Front Wheel travel
Rear wheel travel
Wheelbase 1390
Dry Weight
Frame Tubular welded steel
Front Disc
Rear Disc
Dunlop / CTS
Rear Dunlop / CTS
Fuel Capacity
8.8 ltrs


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What people think of the TL125
  • george duffy wrote:
    Ignore my previous coments,from the 1st month i bought the tl125,thing started breaking,1st.the chain slider snaped and jamed the chain at the front sprocket,2nd tank plastics started breaking,&the rest of the plastics r all breaking to,under waranty.(wot a joke)they tell u parts r a plenty,but not the round it up im not happy atall.Didnt even get a manual 2 refer to 4 the sizes of things to try source them elsewhere.I will be reporting jumptec to standards,i want the bike replaced or all rectified after all its jurt 1yr old.:)
    03/11/2011 19:09:37
  • george duffy wrote:
    well been 6months since i bought my TL 125 and honestly loving it.just had it serviced and the garage in loanhead were i bought her from,could,nt be better have helped me out alot with advice on security&other things.
    04/04/2011 15:59:50
  • damon boothman wrote:
    Is it legal to drive a TL125 on a car licence if I passed before 1997, for power to weight ratio? Many thanks Damon
    07/01/2011 20:09:10
  • george duffy wrote:
    Briliant bike worth the money,plenty power great 1st bike,only 1 thing that could b better need a chain slipper 4 it as theres a prob wiuh the other,been waiting 3,4 weeks but other than that im pleased with my bike.
    21/11/2010 20:49:40
  • Helen Winterbottom wrote:
    I bought the TL 125 as I required a good bike that was value for money - I got exactly that except the bike is better than good! 125 is my limit in terms of power don't like anything to chunky and this turned out to be a perfect match for me, incredibly pleased with my bike and the service i received from the staff. Thank you! Helen :)
    12/11/2009 16:27:44

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