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De Togni Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

Built in Bologna by Albino and Luigi De Togni, 1927-1935.

De Togni Turismo 1927

    Engine: DKW model Z, single-cylinder vertical two-stroke. Bore 52, stroke 60mm, 127.3cc
    Ignition: flywheel magneto
    Carburettor: Amac
    Lubrication: petrol-oil mixture
    Primary: transmission: gear
    Gearbox: 2-speed
    Final drive: chain
    Chassis: Double cradle, steel tubes
    Wheels: tyres 26x2
    Maximum speed: 60 km/h

In 1932 they built an unusual motorcycle-based side-by-side two seater with training wheels at the rear which could be raised, powered by a DKW 175cc engine.

Postwar they built Sachs-engined lightweight three-wheelers (motofurgoncini)

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