Moto Guzzi 125-1982


 The bike was created to replace the Stornello, dating back (in its first version) to the late 1950s. Unlike its ancestor, the engine is a two-stroke Benelli source (instead of a four-stroke built in Mandello del Lario), but still single-cylinder. Compared to the 2C also by Moto Guzzi, it has chromed steel rims with spokes and not spokes, higher handlebars, a smaller braking system, with the front brake caliper placed in front of the fork and with opposed piston caliper. It has no fairing.