Produced in 1980, the Yamaha TZ 125 G was the first 125 privateer bike equipped with liquid cooling.
125 cc, liquid-cooled mono-cylinder with cantilever suspension, these motorcycles will mainly participate in national events in Europe.

But for collectors, this practically new small Yamaha is exceptional because despite its 40 years it only completed a few laps of the Le Mans circuit in 1980.

Back in 1980, our collaborator and former racer Hubert Rigal, back then communication manager of the French Yamaha importer Sonauto, teste this model, covering only a few laps on the Le Mans circuit. Then it was sold to a Swiss collector who kept it for thirty-five years.
In recent years, it joined a French collection without ever having been used since 1980.
Now on sale, it is therefore a historical model because new and original never raced and with known history.

What most collectors are looking for, other than machines with a racing pedigree.

This 125 TZ G has already been sold.

Technical specifications:

Make: Yamaha
Type: TZ 125 G
Year: 1980
Code: (3V3)
Production: 1980
Engine: Mono-cylinder, two-stroke, 125 cc, liquid cooled.
Power: 43.5 HP (32.1 KW) at 12,250 RPM.
Torque: 25.0 Nm at 12,000 RPM
Mikuni 38 mm carburettors
Gearbox: 6 reports
Single disc front brake
Single disc rear brake
Weight: 71.2 KG
Cantilever pendant light
Steel tube frame.
Aluminium rims with DID spokes


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