The Cagiva 125 Planet is a small-engine, dual sport motorcycle with a laid back, retro-modern look. Released in the year 2001, the Planet combines classic style with modern convenience in a lightweight, easy to maintain package. Retro fans will enjoy this machine's nostalgic design, as it harks back to the open-air, classic cafe racer. Its two-tone color scheme – black and yellow – further enhances the classic feel. Its steel frame is painted in the iconic Cagiva orange, further adding to the nostalgic vibe. The robust 125cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder air-cooled engine produces 13 horsepower, allowing the Planet to reach speeds in excess of 90 km/h (55 mph). The 5-speed chain-driven transmission provides nimble acceleration and smooth shifts. The lightweight fuel tank, combined with a kerb weight of 135 kg (298 lbs), gives the Planet excellent maneuverability. The unique upside-down telescopic forks provide a responsive, smooth ride, while the single disc brakes offer reliable stopping power. The bike's amenities include an instrument panel with a speedometer, rev counter, and trip meter, as well as a dual sport-style headlight and LED taillight. The comfortable seat provides good support for long-distance rides, while the 17-inch alloy wheels add to the overall look of the machine. The Cagiva 125 Planet is a fantastic choice for riders who want a nimble, classic-style motorcycle that is easy to work on and maintain. Combining modern reliability and convenience with classic good looks, the Cagiva 125 Planet offers the perfect blend of the old and the new.
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