The Ducati GS125 Marianna (1954) is a classic Italian two-stroke single cylinder motorcycle, designed for both civilian and military use. The frame is an all-welded steel tube construction, with a four-speed foot-shift manual transmission with a hand clutch. It comes equipped with an air-cooled, single cylinder 125 cc engine producing 12hp. It has a rear wheel power-drive system, single-lever type brakes, and an electronic ignition system. The Marianna was the first Ducati to be painted an attractive shade of pastel blue. The seat is comfortable and ergonomic, and the handlebar is adjustable to provide the rider with maximum comfort. The bike is known for being relatively light and agile yet powerful, making it ideal for everyday transport or recreational activities. The GS125 Marianna is a classic piece of Italian engineering, and a true legacy of Ducati's heritage.
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