MV Agusta 125 Pullman (1953-1956)

In the history of MV Agusta, this model was built in greater numbers than any other, with some 45,000 produced.

Presented at the salon in Brussels in January 1953, the remarkable Pullman was well received despite the questionable aesthetics. It was succeeded by the SuperPullman of 1956 which had a pressed metal frame. A new version was on test for 1957 but the whole motorcycle industry was in disarray after the release of the Fiat 500 and the project was scrapped.


Model: 125 Pullman
Country: Italy
Category: Turismo
Year: 1953-1956
Production numbers; Series one @ 9,000, series two @ 18,000
Engine Type: Single cylinder vertical two-stroke
Engine Capacity: 123.5 cc
B/S: 53 x 56 mm
Power: 5 HP
Gearbox: 3 speed with command to handle
Maximum Speed: 75 km/h
Colour: Red and Cream or Duckegg Blue.
Suspension Front: Conventional telescopic forks.
Suspension Rear: Series one had a single central mechanical suspension unit and two hydraulic. Series two had two hydraulic shock absorbers.
Brakes: 123.5 mm drum front and rear