Revolt Cycles of the Philippines has become one of our favorite custom workshops, specializing in brat trackers and scramblers perfect for the winding roads, jungle paths, and beaches of their homeland. Now Louie and the gang are back with this cherry-red commuter build, based on a Honda TMX125 Alpha.
The TMX125 is more commonly known as the CB125 or CG125 in other countries and markets. The Alpha model has a few new knickknacks than the previous generation — most notably an electric start.
Below, we get the full story on this cool commuter.
TMX125 Scrambler / Tracker: In the Builder’s Words
Bike is a project build for Mr. Carso Carandang. The bike came in brand new and went straight to stripping it down.
Redid the rear end section by adding a loop and mini fender with a minimalist brake light.
Painted the hubs black and added stainless steel spokes laced to aluminum black rims (front 18s rear 17s) wrapped with Duro dual sport tires.
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