The 'Cagiva SXT' is a typical motion by off road and together with the tourist version road TheSST, was the last model of motorcycle produced by AMF Harley-Davidson and the first produced by Cagiva who took over the premises and trademark.
The bike was in production from'75 with the two engines of 125 and 250 cc, from 1978 was launched on the market the 350 cc, were initially produced under the brand HD-Cagiva, then nell'80 were produced under the brand name Cagiva, all models are fitted with a two-stroke engine.
The Cagiva SXT 125 was the version with the most successful drivers intended to sixteen year olds of the time, was much appreciated by the public.
The success of the model was due to the simplicity and guidance, together with costs of acquisition and maintenance of content, as were the content consumption of oil and gasoline, while the gears were well spaced between them and at the same time long, so by not having to constantly change gear.
Within this model into production in 1978 and exit the 1984, this model was very similar to the 250 version, in fact the only difference was in the engine, this bike was replaced by Cagiva Aletta Rossa .