1991 Gilera CX125

In Italy, Small Displacement, Sport by AbhiLeave a Comment

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Post Listing Update: This CX125 did not get any interest at the opening bid of $7,995.

Gilera’s CX125 must have been an absolute show-stopper when the concept version debuted at the 1989 Milan EICMA. Swoopy bodywork paired with a single-sided suspension up front…and on a 125? I refuse to believe the average Italian rider who saw this in ’89 thought the CX would make it to production, but just two years later they could have exchanged their hard-earned lira for a motorcycle that somehow looks futuristic over 25 years later.

The basic specs were approximately 30 horsepower out of the 124cc water-cooled two-stroke single, 264 pound dry weight, and a top speed between 100-120 miles per hour, depending on who you asked. If you’re as nuts about this bike as I am, then you absolutely must check out this article on OddBike where you can learn more about the history of Gilera and technical details of the CX.

This example has approximately 2,210 miles of use and the seller (RMD Motors) says that it’s “in very good condition for its age.”

1991 Gilera CX125 located in Santa Ana, California. This bike is in very good condition for it’s age. Gauge shows 3684 KM = 2210 miles. There are a few cracks in the plastic body parts, “see pictures”. This is a very common problem with these bike. Engine runs great, no problems. The CX125 is a very rare bike here in the USA. More info is available on our website. Bike is sold with a bill of sale only. I don’t have a title for the bike and can’t get one here in California. If your living outside the USA, you will have to arrange your own shipping. I can recommend a good shipping company. USA buyers will also have to arrange there own shipping. Bike is sold as is, no returns. So, ask questions and look at the pictures carefully before you bid. Payment must be received no later than 3 business days after auction close. Sorry, no Paypal

Find this CX125 for sale in Santa Ana, California with an opening bid of $7,995

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