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Ducati 125 Aurea

Ducati Aurea

The Ducati 125 was a Ducati motorcycle made 1958 to 1962; it was only different from the Bronco of to 1966.

The process that the Aurea, and the Bronco that was a form of motorcycle marketing was practiced with this at the time. Ducati’s American Berliner Motor Corporation fly their US dealers to Italy to the models in Ducati’s lineup, a choice of handlebars, seats, gas and fenders that would fit on model, and the dealers would which components in combination which bike would likely sell in the US market. By process, the 125 cc full-cradle framed 125 TV up with the stylish sporty tank of the 125 Sport. a much spec model. Two years the Aurea would have its racing or drag bar style bars replaced with touring handlebars, and have knobby, off-road tires, the 125 Bronco. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] [ 4 ]

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^ Falloon, Ian Standard Catalog of Ducati 1946-2005 . Iola, WI: KP Books, ISBN 0-87349-714-7. In 1958, the 125 ohv expanded to include the sporting with the 125 Bronco joining it in The 125cc ohv engine was redesigned, and the oil line disappeared as there was a larger oil sump underneath the similar to the overhead camshaft

An engine breather tube ran up the rear of the crankcase, and although was still a flywheel magneto, a was added to power the lighting and

This revamped engine was in a chassis similar to the 125 TV, but with the 15-liter gas tank shaped that of the overhead camshaft 125 Complementing this tank was a headlight, cigar-shaped muffler, and 1960, the distinctive two-tone of this period. ^ The Ducati Road and racing motorcycles 1945 to the present day (4th p.37, At the request of Berliner in the US, the 98 cc appeared in 1959, and by 1960 the ohv range was the 85T and S, 98 Bronco, Cavallino and TS, and 125

Ducati 125 Aurea

The Aurea was an unusual model in it used the twin cradle of the 1956 125TV, with the sporting headlight and petrol of the 125 cc overhead camshaft bikes. The valve motorcycles were budget Ducatis, as the 125 Aurea, looking like a 125 Sport, developed 6.5 bhp at 6,500 rpm from its x 52 mm engine. The compression ratio was and an 18 mm Dell’Orto carburettor was used.

Performance didn’t match of the contemporary 125TS with its 10 ^ Falloon, The Ducati Story. p 38. [the 98 Bronco and 98TS], and the 125 had a four-speedgearbox, and the TS boasted a more riding position. The Bronco to be produced in 125 cc form and during it received a slightly restyled 125 cc with square finning, but with the engine specifications of the 125

Then in 1966 a new 125 cc overhead engine was designed, with 53 mm x 55 mm. This 121.3 cc engine was in a model known as the 125 Cadet/4 (the 4 denoted speeds, lusso means ‘luxury’). ^ Jon F.; Bonnello, Joe (1998), Ducati . WI: MotorBooks/MBI Publishing Company, ISBN 9780760303894. Every the Berliner Motor Corp. a plane and flew 70 or 80 of its top dealers and wives to Italy for a visit to the factory.

Such trips were pleasure, but mostly business. The gave dealers a chance to what what might to their respective constituencies. [. ]So on the of a dealer visit to the factory, the might set out 20 different fuel and seats, lined up with a of handlebars and fenders. The dealers come to a consensus about combination of tank, seat, and the American enthusiast saw when he visited his Ducati dealer.

Ducati 125 Aurea
Ducati 125 Aurea
Ducati 125 Aurea

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