The A1 category is traditionally identified with maximum functionality and everyday use of the motorcycle. This has led, on the one hand, to a true explosion of increasingly beautiful and better equipped scooter offerings to the point of becoming the kings of the market. But, on the other hand, the evolution of motorcycles with classic 125 architecture has been slower and, although there is no shortage of sport and even trail models, the majority of proposals are very conventional aesthetically and prioritize reliability and resistance over image.
Of course, this is starting to change because more and more A1 license users are looking for elegant and stylish 125 motorcycles. They are mainly adult users who have decided to make the leap to two wheels and want to give themselves the pleasure of riding that beautiful and rebellious motorcycle that they have always dreamed of. They are all small motorcycles, suitable for users of all sizes, with engines full of torque and friendly at low revolutions, perfect for the city and above all with very impressive aesthetics.
For this reason, custom 125 sales, without being the majority, always remain until they reach around 1,000 units per year, which is not a negligible amount since it represents almost 9% of the total eighth-liter market. Furthermore, most of these purchases are as unique motorcycles, that is, with no intention of increasing the displacement later, so users are very faithful to the style and the first custom will probably be followed by another.
And that's where the new proposals in the segment come in; True scale replicas of the most archetypal Cruiser models.