How best to reach the ground on a Yamaha XMAX 125?

Do you own an XMAX125 or are you planning to buy one? Are you wondering how to get to the ground better on the Yamaha XMAX 125? Whether you already own it or are thinking about buying one, this article will be of interest to you. With more than 200,000 units sold, the XMAX 125 is one of the most popular sport scooters in Europe. And it’s easy to see why so many people choose to buy this high-end Yamaha 125 cc urban model. The XMAX 125 has an appealing combination of sporty performance, style, everyday functionality and ease of use that makes it an ideal and affordable choice for your daily commute. With a weight of 166kg and a seat height of 800mm the Yamaha XMAX can become a problem for short bikers, so from Upikers we have analyzed this fantastic scooter and we are going to give you some tips to improve and make your driving safer.


The Japanese brand Yamaha has turned the XMAX 125 into one of the most famous scooters on the market. With its updated bodywork design that gives it a distinctive new dynamic look and sporty new styling, it has taken the XMAX125 to a new level with the futuristic X-shaped LED headlight and redesigned boomerang-shaped side covers. It has a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 125cc, 4-valve, 4-stroke engine. Equipped with a 267mm hydraulic front disc brake with ABS system and a 245mm hydraulic rear disc brake with ABS system. The front tire size is 120/70-15 and the rear tire size is 140/70.14. As mentioned, the Yamaha XMAX 125 has a weight of 166kg, 34kg more than the Symphony 125 and a height of 800mm. Reaching the ground on the Yamaha XMAX 125


Although the scooter has been revamped and the ride has been improved, making it more comfortable thanks to a new ergonomic seat that makes it easier to reach the ground with the feet, the seat height is still a problem for many bikers. From Upbikers we recommend you to solve this inconvenience with our new Upbikers for scooters. They provide 4 extra centimeters to your extremities, becoming the perfect ally for bikers with an average height.