The Aprilia Habana HC125 (2001) is a perfect bike for casual cruising or spirited highway riding. It stands out from the crowd with its classic Italian design and modern technical touches, such as a fuel-injected 250cc single-cylinder engine that produces 12hp. The Habana is able to easily exceed 100mph and accelerates quickly from a stop. Its suspension consists of a twin-sided telescopic fork and adjustable-damping rear shock, offering a comfortable ride and cornering stability even at high speeds. Meanwhile, its upright handlebars and ample legroom give the Habana a relaxed riding position. The 4-speed transmission is easy to handle and shifts smoothly, allowing riders to confidently tackle highways and steep hills. The bike also has a square steel frame that provides plenty of rigidity without sacrificing rider comfort. Finally, a wide, two-up seat allows for a second rider to join in the fun, making the Aprilia Habana HC125 a great choice for cruising with a passenger.
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