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125Sprint - 015Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 016Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 013Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 014Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 012Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 011Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 010Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 009Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 008Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 007Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 005Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 002Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 003Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 006Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 004Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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125Sprint - 001Based on the production 125 first introduced in 1945, the 125 Sprint was Montesa's first catalogue race bike. Factory bikes were also campaigned successfully, notably finishing 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the Ultra Lightweight TT at the IOM in 1956. The motor featured a 6-speed bolt-on gearbox with needle-roller bearings throughout. It also had "plugs" mounted on the crankcase mouth that protruded up inside the interior of the piston to assist in transferring the intake charge to the combustion chamber. The petroil fuel mixture could be added to by oil held in the frame that was bleed into the carburettor bell-mouth. The dolphin fairing was introduced in late 1954, replacing the handlebar unit fitted prior -it was one of the first full fairings to be offered on a race bike. This bike was bought directly from the factory, then the second owner, Swedish racer Leigh Smeadh passed it onto the current owner a few years ago. 18hp. Weight 55kg. Top speed 150+kph. Photographed near Barcelona, Spain. 2016. Can Costa FoundationJun 20, 2017
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