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Bianchi 600cc V-Twin 1922


Bianchi 1922 600cc V-Twin
This promising Bianchi was first favourably commented on at the Paris Show of 1921.


Twin Engine and Three-speed Box Integral in 600 c.c. V-twin Bianchi.

No Continental country has made greater progress in motor cycle production than Italy, and one of the finest examples of Italian design is the 600 c.c. twin Bianchi, the external finish of which cannot fail to attract admiration.

Gear box and engine form a single unit, and the cylinder dimensions are 70x78 mm. bore and stroke (600 c.c). Semi-automatic lubrication is provided, and the primary drive to the gear shaft is by three skew gears and a metal plate clutch, all running in oil.

Interchangeable wheels form another feature of the machine, the wheels being fitted with 25x3in. tyres. The mudguards are large and easily detachable, ample valances being fitted to the front guard.

A single-cylinder model, in which a Garelli pattern three-speed gear is incorporated, is another production of this firm. The engine is of 498 c.c. capacity, having a bore and stroke of 75 x 112 mm.

The price of the twin-cylinder model is £150, and of the single cylinder £100.

Bianchi Motors, Ltd., 26, St Street, London, S.W.1, are responsible for the machine in this country.

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