Cagiva Mito 125 Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Manual


Settings Adjustments

Wheel hub bearings

Carburetor union



Tightening of exhaust pipe flanges

Overall dimensions

Oil pressure



Fuel tank



Clutch assembly

Brake system


Fuel feeding

Brake pad wearing

Electrical system

Sprocket crown gear

Fuel filter and pipes

Air filter

Hydraulic fluid

Speedometer cable drive


Plunger strainer


Valves slack




Oil filter


Secondary transmission chain

Chain tensioner

Steering column bearings

Cylinder compression

Valve gear

Spark plug

Throttle control

Flexible drives

Engine oil

Front fork oil

Cagiva Mito 125
Cagiva Mito 125

Nuts bolts

Cylinder head tightening

Side stand axis



Starter motor







Spark plug

Braking system




The Cagiva Mito 125 definitely has the sports bike look, with those classic sleek body panels and vibrant colour schemes. The bike isn’t as powerful as it may look though, with a top speed of around 105mph, which makes it the ideal step up bike for the novice rider wanting to step up their power and their style. This is not to say that this bike can’t hold its own against more powerful bikes.

Thanks to those thick tires, this bike has acceleration that is second to none, capable of keeping any rider on their toes. The handling is similarly responsive and all in all makes for a very enjoyable ride.

This bike is well priced, especially if you’ve picked up a used model, so it’s natural for you to want to try and keep the costs down when it comes to servicing it too. This isn’t to say that you want to skimp on the quality, but garages these days tend to enjoy charging you an extortionate amount for jobs that really don’t require too much time or effort.

In fact, lots of the parts used in the repairs of Cagiva Mitos are readily available and don’t cost anything like the local garage would make out. This is why I must recommend the workshop manual.

This manual will give you all the skills you need in order to start carrying out your own services. It might seem like a difficult task, but believe me, once you get your head around the Mito’s anatomy you’ll be repairing damage you didn’t realise your bike had. By simply taking half an hour to service your bike every week you’ll start spotting part wear and tear before it can cause any serious damage.

In this way, you can simply replace the one part cheaply without riding on obliviously and causing the bike to wind up back at the garage.

It’s really simple to start working on your bike at home and with the help of the Mito 125 manual, you’ll be able to prolong the life of your bike far beyond the rider that simply rides and garages. Sure, you can keep up this neglect for a while, but it will always come back to bite you once the garage takes a look at all those damaged parts. By using the information in the Cagiva manual, you’ll be ensuring that your bike remains as safe as possible, which is one of the most important attributes of any bike.

Cagiva Mito 125
Cagiva Mito 125
Cagiva Mito 125
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