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July 28, 2020

 

The  Sinnis Terrain 125cc is a low-capacity adventure bike with all the features of a premium explorer.

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Launched back in 2017 the bike appeared on multiple motorcycling channels and magazines including MCN, Adventure Bike TV, Teapot One and Renchlist.

 

Following its exponential success in 2017, the bike’s popularity skyrocketed over the last 2 years, creating a community of thousands of touring motorcycle enthusiasts now waiting for the 125’s big brother’s launch, the Sinnis Terrain T380.

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The Sinnis Terrain 125cc is as much an out-of-the-box travel companion as it is a quality, customisable machine. It comes with a 66.5ltr top box and panniers as standard, enhanced crash-bar protection, a fuel capacity of 14 litres and upgradable 30-litre luggage, meaning its owner will spend more time riding and less time worrying.

 

The tourer is also the only available 125cc adventure bike in the UK market, making it one the most sought-after models of the entire Sinnis range.

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Having such a massive fan base, the bike has inevitably created a friendly feud within its community. Since the model comes in either Satin Silver or Rosso Red, the owners have separated into red or grey supporters, making friendly and playful comments about the opposite side’s preferred colour choice.

 

Speaking about technicalities, the Sinnis Terrain 125cc comes with a sturdy 4-stroke, air cooled engine, 5 gears and reaches a top speed of about 55 mph. Considering that speed is not something that this bike is designed for, it still reaches a more-than-enough pace for those who purchased it with green laning in mind.

 

To go even more in depth, the bike weighs 150 kg (or 23.6 stones), its length is 2090mm, width is 865mm and height is 1280mm

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Sinnis also has an archive of Rider Stories where you can read all about Sinnis rider experiences, their trips and adventures. One that’s particularly interesting is Holly and Paul’s story, a couple of fellow travellers who decided to take on the Mongol Rally.

 

In case you haven’t heard of it, it’s the greatest motoring adventure on the planet. 10,000 miles of chaos across mountains, deserts and steppe.

 

The riders were given 2 Sinnis Terrain 125cc’s and decided to take on the challenge. Travelling through 18 countries, such as France, Germany, Turkey, Kazakhstan and more, to end up in Mongolia. They documented their trip in detail, explaining the challenges they faced and the incredible sights they’ve seen.

 

This trip from the UK all the way to Mongolia and back has really put the Terrains to the test, emerging victorious. Reading Holly and Paul’s story you will feel like you’ve been teleported to all the places they visited and experienced all the intense emotions they encountered during their time away from home.

 

The Sinnis Terrain 125cc is really one of the best-value motorbikes out there. At a price starting of only £2589 + OTR you can find your nearest dealership here and take it for a ride.

 

If you’re looking for an even more serious bike, be patient, as the Terrain T380 will be released in the autumn 2020, at the price of around £4,400.

 

Keep an eye on Sinnis’s website (www.sinnismotorcycles.com) and make sure you don’t miss any important announcements.

 

So there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, the UK’s best-selling small-capacity adventure motorcycle - the Sinnis Terrain 125cc.

 

 


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