New Design Yamaha Y125 MOEGI

New Design Yamaha Y125 MOEGI The Tokyo Motor Show is a hotbed for strange and way-out-there conceptual vehicles, most of them destined to stay on the drawing board, but this one, the Yamaha Y125 MOEGI, could actually cause a splash in the market on this side of the Pacific Ocean.

This concept model is a fresh embodiment of Yamaha design philosophy that combines the familiar look and feel of a bicycle in a motorcycle. Mounting a world standard 125cc class engine on a slim, lightweight frame, this model is designed to offer good fuel economy with an easy and enjoyable ride. Besides its appeal as a personal vehicle for daily commuting, it sports an active image that will lure owners on longer jaunts on the weekends.

The usual suspects include the updated R1, Majesty 250 and T-Max , and the Worldcrosser version of their Super Tenere.But perhaps the most interesting are the concept bikes which include a very funky Lego-esque version of the XT250 dualie called the RYOKU and the 1950s bicycle-with-a-motor-wedged-into-it, Y125 MOEGI very Mad Bastardish.

This thing could be a serious competitor against the less attractive scooter offerings on the market right now, and at 125cc, it should sport the kind of power that a serious motorcyclist might find intriguing as an additional to the stable to ride for kicks or hand off to the kids.