2013 SYM WOLF 150 / CB125S
Only 1350 km on this little beauty!
Full serviced by us including new fluids, brand new tires front and rear.
Carb taken apart, ultrasonic cleaned. Starts up easily and runs great!
Electric start as well as kick start backup!
Air cooled simplicity with a 5 speed transmission, and a light & easy to pull clutch.
Comes equipped with a side-stand and a center stand to make maintenance easier.
Bar end mirrors installed for the complete Cafe racer look.
Only weighs 266 lbs with a low seat height of 29″.
Riders of a certain age instantly recognize the Wolf Classic. It looks exactly like the Honda CB125 that provided thousands of Americans cheap, practical, and fun transportation during the early ‘70s. This is no coincidence. SYM, aka Sanyang Industry, one of Taiwan’s largest vehicle manufacturers, built countless CB125s under license from Honda between 1969 and 2002. After that joint venture ended, SYM continued developing the model under the Wolf name.
The latest Wolf Classic 150 is utterly charming urban transportation that looks and feels just like a classic, small-displacement streetbike, but is improved with modern updates like a disc brake, CDI ignition and a bright halogen headlight. Large-diameter spoked wheels, a bullet saddle and clip-on bars mounted above the triple clamp nail the trendy vintage café racer look.
The paint is smooth and bright, the ample chrome is rich, and analog gauges, fork gaiters and a functioning kickstart lend authenticity. Curb appeal is way beyond the bargain. Low gearing and decent torque make the Wolf ridiculously easy to ride. It’s almost impossible to stall, and you can start from any of the bottom four gears with just a slight slip of the clutch.
Fifth gear covers everything from 30 mph to the 65 mph top speed. A 49-inch wheelbase and light aluminum wheels keep it nimble, and the front disc (with a braided line!) provides quick stops from any speed the Wolf is capable of. It is 7/8ths-scale small, but the long, flat seat and low footrests accommodate even over-six-footers for short trips. Beginners, women, and shorter-stature riders feel immediately in control.