ancilotti 2011

Nice looking bike from italy with 125 and 144 TM 2 stroke engines in mx and enduro version,these must be the production versions

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I have one question.

Why?

A TM w/o the cool TM goodies like aluminum frame,etc. What does Ancilotti add to the program other than a different name and a cheaper to build steel frame? I don't get it.

that is the way of many cottage brands out there. Source a motor and build a frame and match plastics...not sure why. But I sure like Ancillotti bikes from way back and this one is sweet in my eyes, last year they had a KTM motor. Euros have all the cool small time brands.

i'm sorry but that's a new kind of ugly

i'm sorry but that's a new kind of ugly

Definitely pounded with an ugly stick!

that is the way of many cottage brands out there. Source a motor and build a frame and match plastics...not sure why. But I sure like Ancillotti bikes from way back and this one is sweet in my eyes, last year they had a KTM motor. Euros have all the cool small time brands.

Yes thats true,even the CCM(this year with yamaha engine)will go for a italian engine next season...TM,or...

i'm sorry but that's a new kind of ugly

Ha, that's a good one. A guy with a Beta avatar calling this Ancilotti ugly!

I think the yellow frame just makes me think YUK,

the rest would actually be o.k.,

With Fantic and now Ancillotti back on the front page,

I would love to see what Florence also has to offer from SWM and GORI this year-- here's hoping..,

Charlie

Ha, that's a good one. A guy with a Beta avatar calling this Ancilotti ugly!

I have a beta trials bike...

I don't mind the yellow a bit. Don't care much for the big decals though.

I think the yellow frame just makes me think YUK,

the rest would actually be o.k.,

With Fantic and now Ancillotti back on the front page,

I would love to see what Florence also has to offer from SWM and GORI this year-- here's hoping..,

Charlie

Resurrecting SWM.....now that's a great idea. Those were the best exotic bikes of the late 70's early 80's and they just had IT.

It is an old italian culture, to use good engine, and to install it on their own bike...For long time, Hiro, Rotax, Minarelli, Sachs, Tau, were used by several brands...Today, Fantic does it with GasGas engine, as GG did it at their beginning with Tm engine...

and a lot of souvenir (1981)

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Gorgeous Bike, Any info on what sizes available, 125 / 144 / 250 / 300 ????

Any website information for Ancillotti ?

Terry

Glad you have the same taste in bikes Terry... www.ancillottimotorcycles.it. seems to show the 2010 version however...

Steel>Aluminum that's why!

Fantastic, I see from the website, you can order Race jerseys and other items. The shipping to the USA option was available. Yippie :thumbsup:

I have emailed a Italian friend to see if these can be shipped to the USA as Closed course Competition only.

Thanks again for the website info

Terry

Glad you have the same taste in bikes Terry... www.ancillottimotorcycles.it. seems to show the 2010 version however...

Does it come with that cool matching helmet?

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I know this is an old thread but this bike does look nice to me. Anyone know if they work good?

Nice looking bike from italy with 125 and 144 TM 2 stroke engines in mx and enduro version,these must be the production versions

Pictures from vincedur on rugginose

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Ha, that's a good one. A guy with a Beta avatar calling this Ancilotti ugly!

You could at least spell the name right Lou!

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