In 2009, after three years of hard work, the motorcycle Ancillotti G.A. was born from the collaboration between Ancillotti Motorcycles and Mario Baglioni of Friba Racing. Cross, it was with two-stroke racing engine, in honor of the son of the founder Gualtiero Ancillotti. Here is the choice of the acronym G.A. The bike was presented to the public of E.I.C.M.A. (the 2009 Milan International Motorcycle Show).
The motorbike in the picture is the number zero/zero out of the 4 built by the parent company Ancillotti.
Right side of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross competition, a two-stroke single cylinder with six-speed gearbox, pedal start, electronic ignition, chassis in round and oval tubes with different diameters and thicknesses in 25 Cr Mo4, steel muffler, Mexico K1 aluminum silencer, Acerbis plastics and Ancillotti carters. Custom seat Ancillotti Motorcycles, Made in Italy. The motorbike in the picture is the number zero/two out of the four built by the Ancillotti Motorcycles.
Left side of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross competition with the number zero/two out of the four built by the parent company Ancillotti Motorcycles. Displacement 124.8, bore and stroke 54 x 54.5, Keihin PWK-Mod. carburettor, acerbis filter box and air filter in aluminum, liquid cooling, multi-disc clutch in oil with hydraulic control, front and rear suspension 305/335 mm., footboards obtained from the Full Ergal Kite Performance.
The presentation of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross Competition in the fun area of the paddock during the fourth round of the Italian Speed Championship (on 11 July 2009 at 7.15 pm, in the Mugello International Circuit). The motorbike in the picture is the number zero/two out of the four built by the parent company Ancillotti Motorcycles.
L'Ancillotti no. zero/zero 125 G.A. Cross Competition with two-stroke engine engaged in a jump in Polcanto. The motorbike in the photo was brought to victory on the Polcanto track by Manuel Beconcini, a pilot from the Italian MX1 Championship who is well known in the racing world. After 25 years from the release of the last bike produced in the historic Sambuca Val di Pesa factory, on May 30, 2010 the Ancillotti 125 G.A. made its debut in competitions at the First MX Motosprint Trophy in Polcanto. In the best traditions of the Ancillotti brand, it has won in both tips obtaining the victory in the 125 class.
On the left side there is the cover of MX Motosprint (no. 5 of August 2009) dedicated to Ancillotti G.A. Cross Competition. On the right side there is the technical sheet of the 125 G.A. Competitio (no. 5 of August 2009). People who collaborated to the project of the Ancillotti G.A. are: Mario Baglioni of Friba Moto Racing, one of the most highly rated preparers on the Italian motorcycle scene, engineer Simone Boninsegni, today chief engineer of Energica S.p.a., Marco D’Aguì as coordinator and finally Andrea Ballerini as test driver.
Left side view of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross Competition in white and black livery, the motorbike in this picture is the number zero/one out of the four built by the parent company Ancillotti Motorcycles. The bike is in the Motorcycles museum; it has never raced so it is well preserved.
Right side view of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross Competition in white and black livery. The example in the photo is the number zero/one out of the four built by the Ancillotti Motorcycles. Motorcycles 125 G.A. Cross Competition built in the years 2009 and 2010 were four numbered from zero/zero to the number zero/three.
L'Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross Competition number zero/one built by Ancillotti Motorcycles. Miss Ducati Nazionale 2019 poses for Ancillotti.
L'Ancillotti 125 G.P. speed built by Ancillotti Motocycles in collaboration with Mario Baglioni of Friba Moto Racing. It made its debut in the fourth round of the Italian Speed Championship on the weekend of 11 and 12 July 2010 at the Mugello International Circuit, a stone's throw from the historic headquarters of the Fiorentina Factory.
In the foreground there is a pilot of the Ancillotti Team with the characteristic Ancillotti brand on the suit. In the background the Ancillotti G.P. Speed in the pits, before the start in a race at the Mugello International Circuit.
L'Ancillotti 125 G.P. speed in a beautiful image captured during the race at the Mugello International Circuit.
Ancillotti 125 G.A. Race Cafe. In 2019, a Cafè Race was created by the Ancillotti Motorcycles parent company on the basis of the Ancillotti G.A. competition number zero/three out of the four built between 2009 and 2010. Left side view on the motorbike.
L'Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cafè Race right side view. In 2019 parent company Ancillotti Motorcycles decided to build on the basis of the Moto Ancillotti 125 G.A. (the number zero/three out of the four built) a special version the Ancillotti Cafè Race.
The special version Ancillotti Cafè Race 125 G.A., built in a single copy by Ancillotti Motorcycles in 2019. Miss Ducati Nazionale poses for Ancillotti.
L'Ancillotti 125 G.A. number zero/one from 2009 and the special Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cafè Race built on the basis of the Ancillotti 125 G.A. Cross Competition number zero/three of 2010 in single copy. Right side view on the motorbike.
The two Ancillotti 125 G.A. of 2009 and 2010. G.A. of 2010(number zero/three) was developed by Ancillotti Motorcycles and transformed into a Special Cafè Race. Left side view on the motorbike.
The two latest creations of Ancillotti House: the G.A. 125 Cross Competition of 2009 and the Special 125 G.A. Cafè Race of 2019 with Miss Ducati National 2019.