Ahead of the scheduled launch at the Intermot show in Germany this October, Kawasaki Italy has a released a video teasing the pair of baby Kawasakis, the 2019 Kawasaki Ninja 125 sports bike and Z125 naked sports. With the tagline, “The Difficult Choice” the video shows Kawasaki’s submissions for the 125 cc class, which is a requirement in Europe for beginner riders.

Precious few details are available from the official Kawasaki Ninja 125 and Z125 website, save that power output might be around 15 hp, depending on the final specification. Tire sizing is listed as 100/80-17 for the front wheel and 130/70-17 for the rear.

Another additional snippet of information is that seat height will be 785 mm, which makes the Ninja 125 suitable for riders of any stripe, while the Z125 has a seat height of 815 mm. While 815 mm is a more “normal” seat height for sports bikes, getting your feet flat on the ground can be important for learner riders and Kawasaki seems to have addressed this issue.

Frame is a welded trellis tube affair, keeping the weight of the pair of 125s down to about 110 kg or so, we would guess, with braking down with single hydraulic discs front and rear. From what can be seen, the instrument panel is a monochrome LCD affair.