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Manufactured in Viale Guidotti Beyer, Bologna, in the 1950s
A photograph exists of this moped, which is believed to be the product of a Baldi workshop based in Viale Guidotti, outside Porta Sant’Isaia. The frame is of steel tubing with a double cradle and the engine resembles an F.B.M., with unit construction and an integral pedal crank. It is thought to be a prototype, so possibly very few were built..
Source: Museo del Patrimonio Industriale, Bologna
(Not to be confused with MB, Moto Benassi)
1928-1931, a collaboration between Antonio Baudo and sidecar maker Meldi using JAP OHV 500cc engines. See also Meldi, below.
N.B. Not to be confused with Moto BM, (BM Bonvinci)
Sources: Tragatsch p89, et al.
Built in Boano, the Bompani Cross 125 1977 had a Yamaha engine. Few were built, and it has been described as "home-made".
Source: mangiapolvereoldirtbike.blogspot.com, et al
Manufactured by the brothers Dario and Poerio Bruzzesi of Fabriano (Ancona) 1924-1926
Using a Train 123cc two-stroke engine, they created a lightweight motorcycle with which Poerio Bruzzesi competed in local events, without much success.
The machines were chain drive with Salmson magneto and Amac carburettor, two-speed gearbox, and 26" x 1.75" wheels.
Source: Benelli Museum
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