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PGO G-max Review

I bought the 125 on July 2006 and have covered 4000km. My purchase was on a commuter that would be to get me to and from work with economy. I was looking at the Honda and also the Gilera Runner, the two the Runner had the best looks, but I say that the economy and build on the Dylan would be better.

I questions on various UK forums and would recommend the Runner seems to have a cult but I wanted something a little bit from the run of the mill. Great about the Runner is the various available to improve power if you that sort of thing.

I bought a copy of TAG magazine and was a review of the PGO G-Max comparing it side the Runner. I immediately that the G-Max looked than the Runner, it had more of a look to it, so I thought what the and ordered one. I picked it up the only dealer at the time in Perth and rode the hour journey home on full

What’s it been like

The G-max feels like riding a normal motorcycle, well balanced, so much so you could be at an almost standstill traffic without the need to dab foot. It accelerates from very quickly leaving cagers in the rear view Top speed is around 56mph on the and downhill 60mph.

I also discovered that the calibration is out quite a bit, by 10%, so I fitted a digital computer and I am now getting a more reading. Fuel economy is the 90mpg with 96mpg the best, although these may differ as the speedo is out. The are fantastic and much better the brakes on my previous Honda so much so that you need to be when braking hard.


the seat you can stow a full helmet with some left for small items. On runs I have carried a 5 fuel container under the to stretch the mileage a bit.

The suspension consists of a single six bar linkage setup, but I think a up market version would a smoother ride over roads. I have experienced jarring when traveling bumps and holes, I thought the 13 inch wheels would iron these out, but I you would need 15 inch to smooth these out.

Overall I cannot fault the it looks great, sounds and rides great. I would to ride the 250cc version to I cannot understand though, how other forum members who other makes e.g. Piaggio, and Aprilia etc. accept the fact that the manufacturers can produce great the build quality is the same if not

If they only looked they would probably that most of their parts are sourced from and other Far Eastern countries, the same factories that the parts for PGO. Gone are the of a totally Italian built


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