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Which Modified Honda MSX125 is your favorite?

  • Honda MSX125 Street Survivor

    Votes: 5 4.6%
  • Honda MSX125 Urban Monster

    Votes: 7 6.5%
  • Honda MSX125 Secret Weapon

    Votes: 5 4.6%
  • Honda MSX125 Cafe Racer

    Votes: 17 15.7%
  • Honda MSX125 Super Tracker

    Votes: 18 16.7%
  • Honda MSX125 Sport Spirit

    Votes: 18 16.7%
  • Honda MSX125 Sport Retro

    Votes: 23 21.3%
  • Honda MSX125 Sport Naked

    Votes: 30 27.8%
  • Honda MSX125 Old School

    Votes: 4 3.7%
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Below is a collection of modified MSX125's from thailand, all with very different stylings going on. Vote for your favorite MSX125 in the poll above.

List of modified MSX125 you will see below:
Honda MSX125 Street Survivor
Honda MSX125 Urban Monster
Honda MSX125 Secret Weapon
Honda MSX125 Cafe Racer
Honda MSX125 Super Tracker
Honda MSX125 Sport Spirit
Honda MSX125 Sport Retro
Honda MSX125 Sport Naked
Honda MSX125 Old School


Honda MSX125 Street Survivor








Honda MSX125 Urban Monster








Honda MSX125 Secret Weapon









Honda MSX125 Cafe Racer







Honda MSX125 Super Tracker









Honda MSX125 Sport Spirit









Honda MSX125 Sport Retro









Honda MSX125 Sport Naked









Honda MSX125 Old School


 

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the Sport Spirit MSX125 is what i voted for. always wished the MSX125/Grom would take on more sport bike styling and clearly it looks like a real sport bike in those front and side shots.
 

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Quite a few nice custom MSX125. I guess the world of customizations for the MSX125 lies in Thailand.
 

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This MSX125 is my favorite love the custom seat would like one too. It's crazy to see the amount of limelight this mini bike is getting almost stealing the fame from the bigger bikes.
 

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going with old school on this one just as strator killer did because i've always been a fan of that flashy styling on bikes especially with custom one off gas tanks like what it has. it reminds me of the bikes Orange County Choppers built, my favorite being this one:

 

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If anyone is familiar with Mid Ohio sports car course in Lexington Ohio...The Cafe Racer would be great to take to AMA Vintage days, and the MSX125 Sport Spirit would be great to take to Superbike weekend the week before! Anyone who has been there (especially both weekends) will agree.

Too cool!
 

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If anyone is familiar with Mid Ohio sports car course in Lexington Ohio...The Cafe Racer would be great to take to AMA Vintage days, and the MSX125 Sport Spirit would be great to take to Superbike weekend the week before! Anyone who has been there (especially both weekends) will agree.

Too cool!
most definitely, it's just amazing at how well it pulled off that look, just everything about it suits the theme well, not one thing i would change on it. are you familiar with vintage bikes?
 

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Great collection of modified MSX125s. That ones that really stood out for me were the Sport Naked and Old School.
 

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They are all so sexy. It's so hard to choose... The sport, spirit, naked, and old school are my favorite.

Are they selling the parts that made these bikes look like this?
 

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I really like the retro fitted ones with the classic shells over the Grom. I ave never seen anything like this well at least not a bike of this size.
 

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They are all so sexy. It's so hard to choose... The sport, spirit, naked, and old school are my favorite.

Are they selling the parts that made these bikes look like this?
I tried looking but can't find it. I wouldn't be surprised if some of these are custom one off parts made just for these bikes, the old school theme MSX125 gas tank being a good example of this.
 

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yup most likely they are all one of from different garages over in Thailand. All the builds look really good. The retro one is my favorite with the old school head light and the rippled leather seat.
 

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Just imagine the amount of time and money spent on these MSX 125s. I doubt they will be used for riding more for just display at motorcycle shows.
 

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I would so buy some of these bikes if they sold them.

Honda should consider this. Make like a limited run of special editions. Like 100 of each worldwide as a promotional thing.
 

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I would so buy some of these bikes if they sold them.

Honda should consider this. Make like a limited run of special editions. Like 100 of each worldwide as a promotional thing.
It would be cool if Honda did special editions of this. But I think I enjoy seeing the unique customizations the most. Thailand looks to have a pretty good motorcycle scene in Thailand when it comes to modded rides. Hopefully, we can match it over here.
 

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I would so buy some of these bikes if they sold them.

Honda should consider this. Make like a limited run of special editions. Like 100 of each worldwide as a promotional thing.
there's no why it will happen, just not enough demand for bikes as unique as these, also imagine the price point of them. coming from honda it would cost a stupid amount.

but i would like to see some special edition Grom's, doing little upgrades to them with cool color scheme's for a reasonable price hike will have a demand
 

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Some people spend tons of money on vintage honda motorcycles. i don't think they would be too expensive. They are all just external parts. If they are limited run it shouldn't be a problem. it's only when you try to mass produce them that they will run into issues. Honda could just outsource the parts - I highly doubt these motorcycles were made by Honda anyways.
 

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Some people spend tons of money on vintage honda motorcycles. i don't think they would be too expensive. They are all just external parts. If they are limited run it shouldn't be a problem. it's only when you try to mass produce them that they will run into issues. Honda could just outsource the parts - I highly doubt these motorcycles were made by Honda anyways.
These bikes are clearly customized jobs with aftermarket parts. I really wish I could read thai so I can learn exactly what they did to their bikes.
 
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