Cagiva is another Italian brand but this one’s had lots of external influence.
Cagiva’s complex history
Cagiva started life in 1950 but it wasn’t until it took over the Harley-Davidson factory in Varese in the late 1970s when it sold bikes from the big American manufacturer under the Cagiva name.
Years later, Cagiva got involved with Ducati, buying the MV Agusta brand, which it now operates as.
There’s only one bike in the current Cagiva range, in the form of the Mito SP 525, a sleek sportsbike that is actually a 125cc.
Insurance quotes for Cagivas
It’s hard to get your hands on a Cagiva now but there are still lots of the Italian manufacturer’s bikes on the road in the UK and Europe – as you can see from our real Cagiva owner reviews below.
If you’re lucky enough to own one then you get cheap insurance quotes using The Bike Insurer.
Cagiva motorbike rider reviews
If you’ve been able to track down a Cagiva but don’t know whether to go through with the purchase, take a look at the reviews below and the choice might become clearer.
We’ve asked other Cagiva owners to review their motorbikes so that you can be more confident when making your decision.
There are scores for things like Comfort and Brakes Handling, as well as an overall rating for the model.
If you want more detail then you can flick through the comments left by Cagiva owners and see what it would be like to own one yourself.Close