Motorcycles for the International Aid & Development Sector
Honda is the world's largest producer of four-stroke engines and the market leader on quality four-stroke motorcycles in the Aid & Development sector.
With legendary four-stroke engine technology and enviable cost of ownership, Honda’s proven motorcycles are the workhorses of the international Aid & Development community.
KJAER & KJAER supplies the high quality Honda XL125 to international companies and organizations operating in this sector. See specifications and superior key features on the latest model in the Honda XL125 series, which is Honda XL125L.
The XL125 series are built to handle diverse conditions. Honda in Africa and Honda off-road are areas where they really excel!
Recommended by UN
The endorsement of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) is clear:
“A four-stroke engine is superior to a two-stroke because of less pollution, better fuel economy, less maintenance and a longer lifespan. Given the four-stroke engines are inherently cleaner, more modern in design and enable further emission reductions when clean technologies are installed, it is suggested that all new motorcycles produced and imported into developing countries should be of the four-stroke type.”
Key Features for a four-stroke motorcycle?
Here we list the most important reasons for operating motorcycles with 4-stroke engines versus two-stroke engines.
- Best in class cost of ownership and lifetime value
- Reduced emissions with UNEP endorsed four-stroke engines
- Lifetime utility rates and ownership costs surpassing competing brands
- Very rugged and long lasting construction
- No addition of two-stroke oil
Parts & Accessories
Please feel free to contact us for technical advice and/or a quote.
We have a professional and experienced sales team offering expert advice on all matters related to transport solutions in the Aid & Development sector, please feel free to contact any of our Sales colleagues.
The Next Generation!
When talking about motorcycles we must not forget the 6 simple steps of riding safer!
Motorcycle riders are extremely vulnerable road users and every step should be taken to minimize serious or fatal injuries:
6 SIMPLE STEPS:
1 Always wear a motorcycle helmet
2 Obey traffic signs and signals
3 Check brakes, tyre pressure and lights
4 Always ride with lights switched on
5 Give cars and pedestrians right of way
6 Always wear a reflective vest !