Italian Motorcycles

Attolini Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Italian Marque


Gustavo Attolini produce motociclette a Spineda dal 1921 al 1923 o poco dopo.

Le Casa cremonese impiega motore Villiers di 270 cc e poi un motore, forse di propria costruzione, di 330 cc a due tempi.

La produzione quindi dura circa un paio di annio poco più.

Con una moto costruita dal padre Gustavo il figlio Gino partecipa ad una gara sociale organizzata dal M.C. Lombardo di Milano e si aggiudica la seconda posizione.

Made in Spineda, Cremona between 1920 and 1923*, Gustavo Attolini's small factory utilized 269cc Villiers two-strokes and later a 330cc two-stroke engine possibly of its own construction. Notable in the day was the use of rear suspension.

Production continued for two or three years. Gustavo's son Gino raced locally in Milan motorcycle club events, and is recorded as having won a podium finish in Lombardy.

* Sources vary, dates could be 1921-1924.

Sources: Moto di Lombardia, Tragatsch p79.

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