Moto Villa FV 125, when the past is the future FV 125, or Francesco Villa 125, a racing bike made with the attention and care of a racing department dedicated to a great figure of Italian motor racing.
Forget the big numbers and the standardization of the product, the watchwords of this amazing 125 two-stroke are performance and customization.
The heart of this Italian thoroughbred is the engine designed by the founder of the Moto Villa brand, Francesco Villa, a 54 mm bore and 54.4 mm stroke engine, 6-speed gearbox, exhaust air valve and the innovative fuel system with electronic injection that allows a customization of the power supply map according to the rider’s needs.
The engine that in recent months is turning to the test bench has given excellent feedback its development as well as by Francesco Villa takes advantage of the work of a company with great know-how in the field of electronic injection.
Completing the “factory” construction is the tank and the filter case made of aluminum by a specialized company as well as the number holder table and the rear wheel guard in carbon fiber.
The components include a 48m Kayaba fork with 300mm stroke, an Öhlins TTX Flow shock absorber, 270 and 240mm Braking Wave discs, Brembo calipers, X2R Rock racing wheels, the top of the range among the specialized motocross wheels with hubs made from the full, spokes in special steel without nipples to give thanks to the reduced weight a better handling.
The handlebar is in 28 mm light alloy where we find the two Brembo hydraulic pumps and the Domino knobs.
The 125 PV can be configured according to customer needs with a specific and customized components that will be installed as original equipment directly from the house.
Each bike will be prepared with settings according to the weight and morphological characteristics of the rider.
The bike will start biting the track next spring and the first samples will be available to customers starting from May 2019.
The passion, the history, the past of a brand that has made the history of Italian motorcycling picks up the challenge in a young off-road sector with a proposal projected to the future.