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Bultaco 125 Two-cylinder

 

 

 

From the beginning of the 1975 season, the 125 class was the exclusive property of the Morbidellis ridden by Paolo Pileri and Pier Paolo Bianchi. That year Eugenio Lazzarini, the official rider of the Piovaticci team, had built a special single-piece chassis for a new 125-cc. engine designed for him by the Dutchmen Jan Thiel and Martin Mijwaart, who formerly ran the Jamathi company. The engine was not ready until late in the season. With this motorcycle Lazzarini thought he could give Pileri and Bianchi some competition.
But the Piovaticci team was disbanded at the end of the 1975 championship season. The machines and the Dutch designers were taken over en bloc by Bultaco, with help from the Spanish motorcycling federation. Bultaco planned to enter the 125 in the world championship, with Angel Nieto in the saddle.

Thiel and Mijwaart put t touches on the two-cylinder Nieto tested it on the track. 1 results were disappointing, t the motorcycle's performance to improve. Bianchi withdre the Belgian Grand Prix, an outraced Pileri's Morbidelli new two-wheeler's first vie Sweden the Bultaco finished the two Mor

Motorcycle: Bultaco 125 Two-cylii Manufacturer: C.ia Espafiola de I
S.A. "Bultaco Motorcycles," S.
de Besos, Barcelona Type: Racing ■ Year: 1976
Engine: Bultaco two-cylinder, twc with double rotating-disk disti Displacement 125 cc. (43.8 r mm.)
Cooling: Water
Transmission: Six-speed block Power: Over 35 h.p. at 14,000 r.p Maximum speed: Over 135 m.p.h Chassis: Single-piece body and
Front and rear, telescopic sus Brakes: Front, double hydraul
rear, hydraulic disk