” The Honda CG125 is not one of the world’s most desirable motorcycles. But it’s compact, cheap to run and staggeringly reliable. Since the mid-70s, tens of thousands have been used as commuter bikes in Europe—and most of them are probably still on the road.
You don’t see many customized examples, but this new arrival from Spain makes up for the drought. Not least because it’s got a distinct pre-War vibe and a girder fork. The man behind this machine is Juan Ramón Ortega, who you may remember as the owner of a particularly sweet BMW R75/5 we featured a couple of years ago. ”
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