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Welcome to Riding reviews, this page is for Keeway motorcycle reviews we have reviews on most of there models so if it is a 50cc retro motorbike or a 125cc or bigger then you have come to the right place to review before you buy 

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With its edgy and eye-catching look, RKF 125cc is the new naked Keeway with a unique, modern personality. RKF is a sleek and extremely dynamic smart bike, designed to provide maximum fun in the curves. Its heart is the new single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled 125 cc engine offering excellent street performance. Its maximum power is 9 kW at 9500 rpm, with torque of 10 Nm at 7500 rpm. As a result of the partnership with Storied Italian Manufacturer Benelli, RKF benefits from the latest in Multi Valve, Multi Spark engine BMT technology to achieve higher fuel efficiency. 
Lean combustion without sacrificing power is achieved by mixing fuel and air above the theoretical air-fuel ratio (14.7:1). But too lean a fuel and air mixture is not an easy task to ignite. The BMT power platform adopts a higher compression ratio, and the temperature of the mixture is higher and easier to ignite when the piston reaches the top dead centre, literally more Bang for your Buck! With the fitment of USD forks as standard a refined comfort level that feels like it belongs to larger super-sport machines is achieved. The BMT engine platform, together with the engine technology from the century-old Benelli, has a number of technical advantages in engine platform(such as multi-valve multi-spark plug) . The BMT power platform is mainly represented by high-speed, high-power, high-performance engines, and is equipped with high-end personalized and sporty models of Benelli. At present, the BMT power platform mainly focuses on small displacements below 250cc motorcycle engine. It will gradually expand to small displacement scooter engines and cub engines

 
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I took the new Liquid Cooled RKR 125 from KEEWAY out for a spin before the rain came today, it's the first real go on one of the Next Gen BMT engine enhanced models.
Designed by Benelli you could feel the quality in the smooth power deployment and positive gear shifts as I twisted and turned through the beautiful Lancashire countryside, handling was sharp and quick, it doesnt snatch or bog down in corners if you miss your intended gear, there's ample torque to smooth out through the apex.
After an hour my old bones weren't aching like they have recently more & more. In fact I would go so far as saying it was comfy despite its sporty set up.
Climbing off the bike to take some pictures I couldn't help but be impressed at how it's features slide from one to another seemlessly, an aesthetic quality missing from too many new models that seem to build up the front end but look lacking at the rear, front to back the styling flows. I wished I could see myself through the corners, hopefully I will be able to drag out someone else in a couple of days and film it.
visit https://www.motogb.co.uk/model/Keeway-RKR-125 to see and learn more.

 
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Review 2020

Big custom bike looks packed into a lightweight, easy-handling machine. Eat up the city streets & twisting highway miles with ease, K-Light is the bike you never knew you needed. If ever a bike looked the way it felt to ride then K-Light is that bike, A low seat height and forward Footpegs give a relaxed and involved feel to the smooth, responsive power the K-light delivers with ease. A big bike look at less than 145 kilos lets you skip through the traffic or breeze along the apex of twisty lanes. Feel is everything and the twin rear shock and traditional front fork set up informs of every undulation with effortless accuracy. Styled to turn heads, the functionality of K-Light tells its own story even when stood still

 
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supermoto review

A sporty heart beats at the centre of a machine that fuses the best from all realms of motorcycling. Supermoto street bikes are amazingly practical and fun motorcycles, blending the best characteristics of sportbikes with the upright seating position and comfort of a dual-sport machine. And Keeway's TX 125 Supermoto is a perfect example. Powered by Keeway's reliable and powerful 125cc SOHC four-stroke engine, the TX 125 Supermoto adds a dual-sport chassis, sticky street tyres, modern, race-type suspension (including a mono-shock rear and inverted front fork), racing-spec disc brakes and tons of cornering clearance, all of which allow you to make the most of the TX's amazing handling and manoeuvrability. Add digital instrumentation, two-up capability, a handy luggage rack, lightweight cast-alloy wheels, electric starting, electronic ignition and tons of bang-for-the-buck value, you have a machine that'll have you grinning ear to ear inside your helmet all day long

 
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Ride and review 2020

The most complete small cruiser available today brings forth the essence of primal motorcycling from decades past. If ever a reason to want an open road and carefree day to waste, this is it, this is your ride. In an age of plastic and speed sometimes all you want is to have is time, a traditional motorcycle that doesn’t get in the way of enjoying a day in the saddle, reliability is what underpins each and every mile. efficient fuel injection married to the Dual Counter balanced engine makes every road a place where time becomes irrelevant and pleasure becomes your purpose, fitted with Leather Saddlebags, with a custom windshield & protective engine bars as standard, the deep Gloss Black finish with Chrome recalls the exploration of the highway and the ever changing horizon. Starting out or returning to 2 wheels it can be every bike you need or just the one you really want

 

Keeway RKR 125cc

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Keeway RKR 125cc euro 4 motorbike
Let me state from the off – and without a hint of disparagement – the Keeway RKR is a sheep in wolf’s clothing.
Deliberately dressed to impress, its inspiration clearly hails from the pit lane, with those race-inspired lines reflecting a passion for the track subsumed into a road-going machine that will, without doubt, attract mostly new, young riders to the world of two-wheels, without scaring the pants off them.
Placing a 125cc engine in a streamlined shell might seem somewhat left field, but sit astride the bike and you will soon come to appreciate its nuances. Whereby we would normally equate speed with adrenalin, here we are dealing with pretence over substance, but it is none the worse for that. Ride this machine and you are in control of your own destiny, rather than allowing it to take you to uncomfortable levels of insanity. That is why the RKR will sit high on the register of ‘wanna haves’. So let’s cut straight to the chase. Stylish it most certainly is, and yes, you can mount it dressed in very expensive one-piece leathers and race boots, but try as you might, you still aren’t going to push it to more than 65mph before it peaks, but then that’s plenty fast enough for newbies to get a feel for the open road without any daft knee-down antics on switchbacks. If, however, you are keen to learn serious roadcraft skills and experience a sensible level of performance on a race-inspired minnow, then this could well be the bike that will get the lifeblood flowing through your veins.
I am certainly no spring chicken, and neither do I require learner-legal plates, but that did not stop me from looking forward to trialling the RKR. What drew me to it was exactly those racing lines that I mentioned earlier.
I wasn’t bothered that it wasn’t a powerhouse, and neither was I concerned about being a motorbiking elder statesman on what clearly is a younger person’s machine. Each to their own, I say. ‘Give every ride the potential to be exhilarating’, state Keeway. So let’s see.

 

Keeway RKF125cc 2020

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Keeway RKF125cc review Japanese quality Chinese price
With its edgy and eye-catching look, RKF 125 is the new naked Keeway with a unique, modern personality. RKF is a sleek and extremely dynamic smart bike, designed to provide maximum fun in the curves. Its heart is the new single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled 125 cc engine offering excellent street performance. Its maximum power is 9 kW at 9500 rpm, with torque of 10 Nm at 7500 rpm. As a result of the partnership with Storied Italian Manufacturer Benelli, RKF benefits from the latest in Multi-Valve, Multi-Spark engine BMT technology to achieve higher fuel efficiency. Lean combustion without sacrificing power is achieved by mixing fuel and air above the theoretical air-fuel ratio (14.7:1). But too lean a fuel and air mixture is not an easy task to ignite. The BMT power platform adopts a higher compression ratio, and the temperature of the mixture is higher and easier to ignite when the piston reaches the top dead centre, literally more Bang for your Buck! With the fitment of USD forks as standard, a refined comfort level that feels like it belongs to larger super-sport machines is achieved. The BMT engine platform, together with the engine technology from the century-old Benelli, has a number of technical advantages in engine platform(such as multi-valve multi-spark plug) . The BMT power platform is mainly represented by high-speed, high-power, high-performance engines, and is equipped with high-end personalized and sporty models of Benelli. At present, the BMT power platform mainly focuses on small displacements below 250cc motorcycle engine. It will gradually expand to small-displacement scooter engines and cub engines

 

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