It is ironic that you can buy a bigger bike, like a 400/500cc with tax and mot for £500 and yet smaller 125's still seem to hold high prices, but that's the way it is . Because lots of people need a 125 for starting out/doing their test they hold a premium.
What you have to decide is........if i but ''this'' what more am i going to possibly have to end up spending on it........also if you plan to do your test on a 125, get one that you will be able to do '' the U turn on'' ie upright bars, not drops or chopper style, something like the CG in style will help you atain than.
but yes you may have to save up a touch more fore peace of mind. But if you get a good one, you will make your money back when you sell it (don't part ex for bigger bike, they'll give you a shit price, sell private)
Voodoo Erzulie 19.5" bit too big looking for 18.5" steel Voodoo
Lots of memory bikes !
That is what I mean, if you think I meant something different....well,that is in you head , not mine !
Just think of all the people that would agree with each other, but can't because they don't speak the same language