They built 125cc motorcycles using frames sourced from Monfort. These were followed by the 200cc Nito in 1954, and a three-wheeler named Bambi also of 200cc. There was also a motocarro, and a 4-wheeled microcar of which few were produced.
Production halted in 1956 and the company was acquired by Monfort.
According to both Tragatsch and Henshaw, the factory made its own two-stroke engines of 198 and 247cc.
Sources: OTTW, Tragatsch and Henshaw.
November 14, 2001
First thing, sorry for my no very good English.
If it's possible I would like to know something about ALEU motorcycles made in 50's in Spain.
The question is:
What kind of engine had the first Aleu?. I have three possible answers 49cc, 100cc or 125cc, but I don't know it exactly.
Thank you very much and regards from Spain.
Francisco Lorenzo. -- pakitopako at altavista dot com