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MV Agusta 125 SOHC

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Manufacturer  MV Agusta
Class  126
Production  1953-1956
Top speed  93 mph (150 km/h)
MV Agusta 125 SOHC
Engine  Four stroke, single cylinder, double over head camshaft
Power  16 hp (12 kW) @ 10,300 rpm

The MV Agusta 125 SOHC was a motorcycle produced by MV Agusta as a "Catalog" racer for the public in 1953. Privateer racers could purchase this race bike and could be highly competitive with a machine that was very similar to MV Agusta's works built motorcycles. The motorcycle was a considerable success and remained in production until 1956.



  • Bore Stroke: (4-stroke Single cylinder 53 X 56 - 123.5 cm)
  • Compression Ratio: 9.2 : 1
  • Ignition: Magnito
  • Clutch: Wet, Multi plate
  • Carburetors: Dell’ Orto SS 27A
  • Wheels: Light Alloy, Wire spoke. Front: 1.75 X 19” Rear: 2.25 X 19”
  • Oil Tank capacity: 2 kg.
  • Transmission: Geared Primary, Final Drive. Chain
  • Valve Configuration: Inclined overhead
  • Lubrication: Geared Pressure pump
  • Fairing

    In 1953 many racers adopted the dustbin fairing design on the MV 125 Dohc. The dustbin was a very large fairing that was built with air flow in mind. In 1957 the dustbin fairing was abolished due to riders being injured when strong crosswinds literally blew the racers off the track.


    MV Agusta 125 SOHC Wikipedia

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