DERBI GPR 50 RACING 2005 - Present
DERBI GPR 50 RACING (2005 - Present) Description & History: After the GPR 50, Derbi created the GPR 125, with a larger, two stroke engine. At first sight, the GPR 125 looks very much like the 50 GPR, but at a second glance you could notice that the 125 GPR has a longer frame, reinforced chassis, a new exhaust to improve the power of the engine and wider tires and wheels.
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Started back in 1922, Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Derbi has lived glorious times in the 50's as their bikes used to win several GP titles. However, the modern era has brought decline and in 2001, Derbi changed hands hoping for better days under Piaggio management. The poor sales figures tarried on for 10... Continue Reading →
Managing to take the 125GP racing title in 2010 with the young Spanish rider Marc Marquez, Derbi decided to celebrate the feat by launching the GPR125 and GPR50 in all-new ‘racing red’ and ‘racing grey’ paint schemes for 2011. Marquez, riding his number 93 Derbi bike, dominated the season with... Continue Reading →
The newest addition to Derbi’s range for 2011 is a fresh scrambler bike that comes to evoke the Spanish brand’s association with the world of competitive racing. The 2011 Derbi Mulhacen Cafe 659 Angel Nieto LE is therefore paying homage to the company’s racing tradition of its “Red Bullets&rd... Continue Reading →