A Brief History of the Marque
Manufactured in Lecco 1954-1956
The company built the KZ light motorcycle, designed by famed engineer Pietro Vassena, powered by a single-cylinder 171cc two-stroke delivering 7.5 bhp at 4800 rpm, with shaft drive.
The front forks are telescopic, while the rear suspension was typically scooter-like (apparently) with the engine forming part of the swinging arm. The machine was of considerable interest to the technically minded and could achieve 110 km/h.
It does not appear have been produced in any numbers.
Vassena also designed the engine used in the Amisa
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