Additional photos of this 1970 Maico MC125 are available here for your perusal.

By the time 1970 rolled around, Maico was best known for their Open class machines. But they had also had quality offerings on the opposite end of the displacement spectrum, with a 125cc lineup that included the GS (enduro), MD (road racing), and MC (motocross).

The MC125 was simultaneously one of the most powerful and lightest 125cc MX bikes on the market, however sales were limited as it was also nearly 2x the price of the competition at just under $1,000.

If you’re a baseball fan, you may appreciate that the owner of this machine (VIN: 880387) is Robin Yount, the Hall of Fame shortstop! He acquired it in 2011 from a collector in Chicago, and it has been on display since.

We note an expected amount of wear, as well as a series of tiny tears in the seat.

This Maico is ready to display as is – and our White Glove service can go through it if you’re looking to make it a runner.