2009 Hyosung Gv125 Aquila - Warwickshire England

Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
  • Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts
Rugby, Rugby, Warwickshire, UK
Country
United Kingdom
Posted
4 years ago
State
England
City
Warwickshire
Make
Hyosung
Model
Gv125 Aquila
Year
2009
Condition
Used
Color
Burgundy, maroo
Mileage
3.400
Body Type
Chopper/cruiser
VIN
-
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Hyosung GV125 Aquila Cruiser, Ideal learner motorcycle, Custom Exhausts

We are selling our beloved Hyosung GV125 Aquila, as you can see from the picture myself and my partner both did our CBT's last year and we bought 2 bikes. The yamaha has already been sold and i passed my full bike licence last week so its now time to let the Aquila go. The bike has been a dream to learn to ride on, it is a lot bigger than most 125's and people mistake it for a 600! It also sounds nothing like a 125 with the Vance Hines Silvertail system fitted it has a great low end burble similar to a normal cruiser, the V Twin sounds great and you can really hear it when riding her! The vance hines system is worth £500 alone! She is also at the Top of the HP band for a learner and cruises like a dream on a run with the 6 gears. I have serviced her before this season and she runs great, recently put a fuel cleaner through her to keep her in top fettle. She has good tyres with plenty of tread left, good chain and sprockets, great brakes and the most forgiving gear box i have ever ridden, she will still power away if in the wrong gear and rides smoothly. When riding she holds the road brilliantly and being a cruiser she is comfy to ride with a feet forward position. She has the pannier rails fitted as standard and i will leave my waterproof textile panniers on the bike for the new owner. When we bought the bike from CMC motorcycles she didn't have much history, just an MOT and a key, I have had a spare cut and printed out the manual etc. She has done just over 5607 km's on her...