Originally Posted by juanla
my preference for the bajaj 135 over other bike is that it make 60km x Liter (probably 50-55) vs. 30 of another 125 like the cgl or de xr 125.
my big concer are the wheels, because of the rims.
fot dort roads is better a spikes wheels?
do yo think is possible to put some spike wheels on the bajaj?
I'd wonder where you are getting those fuel consumption figures. Most of the 125 class bikes I've ridden seem to get similar mileage, most of the differences being due to gearing.
I looked at spec sheets on the Pulsar some time ago, and it's relatively heavy. That's not all bad as it's quite solidly built. They are a good roadbike.
Still, I'd go for the XR, bigger wheels work better in the dirt and you will probably find a bigger selection of knobby tires.
Another 125 that works well on dirt is the YBR125G, not sure if they are still being made there. At least one couple has gone RTW on 2 of them, and they have a strong frame and relatively spacious seating position.
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