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The Hagon-Cagiva Speedway Machine

Franco Oliani discovered this interesting machine whilst browsing through an old copy of 'Motocross'(March 1979).

Trond Hansen from Norway brought to victory this long-track machine powered by a twin-cylinder Cagiva 250cc and 6 speed gearbox. This engine was a water cooled two stroke which gave about 57 horsepower. The frame was built by Hagon.

According to the magazine, Hansen and his 'Hagon-Cagiva' won the Norway long-track championship.

Credit: Images and Information Courtesy Franco Oliani.

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