I noticed in the local Ballarat paper 2 weeks ago there were 2 CBR125's for sale - one with 700km and the other 500km (i think... it was easily less than 1000). With only 15-20 bikes for sale this stood out. This got me thinking - as to the reasons that someone would buy a CBR125 and after bugger all km's decide to offload it. These are the reasons i came up with: You are new to bikes and don't know any better. The salesman tells you it's great so you buy it cause it looks like a real bike. Soon you get used to the power and you realise that your 1995 corolla is faster and has a heater (important in Ballarat). You cut you losses and do your homework on a new bike. I have never ridden a CBR125 - and i don't hate you if you do, we are all brothers (or sisters) after all- just wondering if anyone else has any theories on this or if you are unfortunate enough to have gone through this situation let us know why... CBR125's can't be that bad can they?