The 125cc engine size utility all-terrain or sport vehicle is the bestselling and most commonly found ATV in the United States. It is awesome for young kids getting started in the sport but is often viewed as being powerful enough for the entire family. Engine sizes in ATVs are measured in CCs – or cubic centimeters – with the higher the number of CCs equaling a larger engine. As such, the bigger engines are more powerful and thus allow riders the benefit of additional speed, climbing, hauling, or towing ability. For the young rider who may have started with a 50cc or 85cc ATV a year or two ago, the move to a 125cc ATV will be a fun good jump in terms of power and speed. These ATVs will provide plenty of power for most of your riding needs while allowing you to learn the ropes on a machine that most ATV riders used as their first or second vehicle. For many, they never find the need to move up to a higher-powered quad or ATV.
These fourwheelers can still be governed down for the smallest of riders as well. The durability and versatility of 125cc ATVs will exceed and surprise you. With its many uses, the 125cc ATV is a great choice as a starter for teens and younger kids as it is fast enough to keep their interest and runs at around 22mph up to 38mph. Most importantly, it is a great beginner quad not powerful enough to allow for serious trick riding, jumps, large climbs or racing.
The 125cc ATV still has plenty of the features that parents are looking for in their kid’s beginner quad such as a remote kill switch, electric start, and flexible tire sizes ranging from 8 inch, 14 inch, 16 inch, and 18 inch. You can also search for models that throttle down or governor there unit so you can control the speed threshold. These economical machines feature just about everything you’d need for a great day on the trails or night out camping with the family. For teens, or adults – novices or experienced riders, the 125cc ATV is a wonderful bike that will meet the needs of all but the most demanding riders.