1995 Cagiva Mito 125

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The 1995 Cagiva Mito 125 motorcycle was made in Italy. It featured a liquid-cooled, single cylinder two stroke engine. The ignition is C.D.I. The engine was rated at 33 b.h.p. The engine displacement was 124.6cc based upon a bore and stroke of 56 X 50.6mm. Fuel was supplied via a single Mikuni 35mm flat-side carburetor. Getting the power to the ground was by a seven speed transmission. The suspension featured front Marzocchi inverted telescopic forks and a rear Boge single shock. Braking was accomplished by a front Brembo 320mm single disc and a rear 230mm disc. The motorcycle weighed in at 275 pounds. Top speed for the bike was 100 m.p.h.

According to the museum's fact sheet "The entry level 125cc class is very popular in Europe, with manufacturers trying to lure young riders on to their products in the hopes that when they graduate to bigger and more expensive machines, they will remain loyal to that brand. The Mito is a perfect example, with Ducati sport-bike styling, and performance to match, using a modified moto-cross power unit. At this time, Cagiva was the parent copmany of Ducati."

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