The 1C2, the 2C2 and 3C2 is a motorcycles competition of the house Cagiva, which participated in the motomondiale 1980 until 1982, then the first three years of competition in the class Cagiva greater.
Description of the various models
The bike (1C2) in'80 was presented the Grand Prix of Germany and is based on Yamaha TZ 500.
In'81 the bike (2C2) is carried out completely and entirely by Cagiva, with a motor power line and a rotating disk with frame-type double cradle round tube steel as the swingarm.
In'82 the bike (3C2) was transformed further, adopting a engine in the strongly tilted forward by about 118 hp, which differs from the previous engine for moving the rotating discs to the sides of the casing as the competitors and the frame became a square tubes, the motion received little success, although in 1982 by Jon Ekerold you got a point.
The bike in'80 and'81 was led by Virginio Ferrari without obtain important results, whereas in'92 enne hired Massimo Broccoli and Van Dulmen, he left the team and was replaced by Jon Ekerold (a sample of 350), which ends the world with a 10th place at Hockenheim (last race of the season), by obtaining the first point to Cagiva.