The Cafe Racer is equipped with a single-cylinder, 125cc, 4-stroke engine. Churns out 11hp @ 8,500rpm and 8.5Nm of torque at 7,500rpm.
The latest Ace 125 Cafe Racer has retro-styled design that dates back to the earlier days of motorcycle. The linear line flows from front all the way to back. Especially with its very distinctive elongated fuel tank which sets itself apart from other modern classics available in the market. The engine is based on the Honda CG125 but with modifications to fit with the unique characteristics of the Ace 125.
The fuel capacity of that very old school style gas tank is 9.2 litres. With a claimed mileage of 2.1 litres for every 100km, the Ace 125 theoretically can travel up to 438km before needing to stop for a refuel at the nearest petrol station. Sky Team also claims that it can hit a maximum speed of around 110km/h. This is also achievable thanks to its overall dry weight of just 87kg.
With a bike that looks this good, you really want to go slow for the people to notice instead of going full gas down the highway. Telescopic forks and a disc brake setup can be found on the front together with twin shock absorbers and a drum brake to control the rear end. The Ace 125 Cafe Racer rides on all-round 18-inch wheels.