A Brief History of the Marque
This Italian company produced a lightweight motorcycle with a 98cc two-stroke engine, before expanding to the production of machines with 125cc two-stroke and 175 and 250cc four-stroke engines.
The company folded in 1928, but the following year Mario Sporeni acquired the brand and produceed a new machine with a 173cc OHV Piazza engine in three versions, Comfort, Supersport and Super Comfort. The three models remained unchanged for the remainder of the marque's life.
Sources: MC Storico Conti, Henshaw