In most states riding 50cc motorcycles don’t require a driver’s license. This little Garelli then would be the dream of any 14-year-old, especially considering this little six-speed puppy could reach 120 miles per hour! This is Garelli’s 1983 50cc Grand Prix entry. That proved to be the final year of the class and the company finished second in the 50cc GP standings that year with rider Eugenio Lazzarini. Without its fairing you can clearly see the Girelli’s monocoque frame. The entire machine weighed just 124 lbs. Its tiny 50cc liquid-cooled motor was a marvel, running a 15:1 compression ratio, spinning at 15,500 rpm and producing 19 horsepower. Think about that for a moment. That’s 380 horsepower per liter!