Belgian Motorcycles

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Omega-ILO Motorcycles

Manufactured by NV Presto, Rue Gaucheret 121, Brussels.
Associated with Hummel, who built the Sitta scooters. Omega marketed these, possibly rebadged.
In 1951 their range included tandems and light motorcycles with 120cc JLO two-strokes, and the following year the range expanded with 125cc and 175cc JLO models.
1953 saw the introduction of a 50cc moped and new motorcycles with 118, 150 and 175, 200cc singles and a 250cc JLO twin, all of these probably from Hummel.
The firm closed in 1954.
See also Motorpaul NL