A Brief History of the Marque
A Cesena company which had its debut with 48cc sports motorcycle powered by FB Minarelli at the 1969 Milan Show, and at the 1971 show announced a P4 powered chopper with apehangers, hightail seat and sharfin exhaust. Later, it specialized in the construction of off-road enduro and cross machines.
The Sport Competition of 1970 had an FB Minarelli 7.9 hp two-stroke engine with a four-speed gearbox and a claimed top speed of 120 km/h.
The company closed in 1980 and a new company, Unimoto, took over production.
Possibly related to Gino Milani of San Michele, bicycle manufacturer. San Michele is 40km from Cesena.
* Notes: One source says that production continued until 1981.
Sources: Henshaw, MC Storico Conti et al
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