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  • The Honda MT125R was produced for the U.S. market in the years 1977–1978. It was a production Grand Prix motorcycle racing roadracer designed for closed-course competition roadracing. The MT125R was produced by Honda Racing Service Center and made available to the general public through the American Honda Motorcycle dealer network. The picture shows how the MT125R would come out of the shipping crate. All white fiberglass parts with only gelcoat. The kit would also include a basic, but useful service manual and rear prop stand. For many champion motorcycle roadracers, the road to the top started on a small engine capacity two-cycle motorcycle. Top roadracers like Randy Mamola got their start on a 125 cc GP racer. Others like Ángel Nieto spent their entire careers racing in the 50 cc, 80 cc and 125 cc classes.