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Italian Motorcycles

Veros Motorcycles


A Brief History of the Marque

Built by Oreste Garanzini of Milan, who imported Blackburne engines from the British firm Alfred Wiseman with the name modified on the case to "VEROS" and sold under that name between 1920 and 1925. He also marketed machines under his own name, with V-Twin engines supplied by JAP and modified with the name Garazini on the magneto drive case.

Sources: Antonio Gagliardi La Gala, museonicolis.com, Henshaw et al.


Tue Apr 08 2014
ing.gagliardi at progter.it

head for this engine
Blackburn 350 cc
I find head for this engine. I think it is a 350 cc engine blackburn, but I'm not sure. Can you help me?...

The motorcycle was built in Italy in the years 1920 - 1925 by Oreste Garanzini, a builder of Milan, who had a collaboration with the British VERUS. Garanzini imported motorcycles already modified with its name VEROS and the engine was a BLACKBURN. The engine number is 241 (see photo) while the frame is 513, but I think the frame was built in Italy. I am in possession of this motorcycle, but the engine has no cylinder head. I would be very grateful if you can tell me where can I go to find it.
Best Regards

Antonio Gagliardi La Gala
Perugia


Veros Blackburne
Veros Blackburne



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