Sinnis Terrain 125

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Sinnis Terrain 125

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The Sinnis Terrain seems to crop up several times in topics.

This may be of interest if you are considering one.

https://ridingfromreality.minimountainm ... gB7uF7owGA

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good review, got to be the best 125 out there atm, (apart from the c-125 :D ).
Im not a gynecologist, but I dont mind taking a look.

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The new CB125F is looking like a good value, decent all round bike too.

Not as comprehensively equipped as the Sinnis, but only a couple of hundred quid more ... and a Honda.

https://www.honda.co.uk/motorcycles/ran ... tions.html

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dont tempt me,, :D :D
Im not a gynecologist, but I dont mind taking a look.

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Yep, that's the one the lad who sold me the C1 had, it looked like it had been in the sea for the two years it had been alive...
It appears that I have my own personal Stalker...

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Re: Sinnis Terrain 125

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must admit Iv'e seen a few rusty ones.
Im not a gynecologist, but I dont mind taking a look.

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