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Fulgor Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Italian Marque Fulgor-Pesenti 1922-1926

The Fulgor was built by Guido Pesenti in the first half of the nineteen-twenties, using a 142cc auxiliary engine of their own construction in a complete light motorcycle.

Their machines also used other engines but with limited power as to be able to remain in the class of vehicles that can be driven without a license and without fee, similar to that of the French BMA.

The company also built Pesenti-Rubinelli motorcycles.

Sources: Moto di Lombardia, Tragatsch p140.

NotesThere was French Fulgor marque in the early 1900s, unrelated.

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