Pretty much everywhere but here in the states. From what I understand it has to do more with being unable to sell specific bikes here, nothing against the brand as a whole, for ex. no Mito (2-stroke), and their Raptors use Suzuki motors, and it's actually Suzuki who won't let them compete here. IIRC, the Gran Canyon was the last Cagiva sold here, up till 2002, i think.jdog said:Where do they sell Cagiva now?
James, (or anybody else for that matter) do you know anything about the reliability of those Husky singles?JamesC said:I think they are in good shape if it's EITHER the STR 650 or the Mito 500, but seriously doubt it's the 125cc 2smoke rep.
Considering the response to the press release pics both here and on the thumper forums I think the 650 would have an extremely warm welcome.
twoeleven said:Here's a whole slew of pictures of the Mito 500, from the Long Beach show. Lots of great attention to detail on this bike. It is definately a street bike, with passenger pegs and the sort. Suspension is non-adjustable, however, Matt from Cagiva USA was there and mentioned that the race parts from the 525 would bolt right up to it.
They were asking people to fill out a survey about whether they should bring it to the US. I said, "yes".