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Titan Cycle Motorcycles, San Marino (Italy)

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured: 1973-1990

Titan Cycle was created in Serravalle (San Marino) by Curio Rinaldini and Gianfranco Mularoni who for about five years produced under license machines branded Moto Morini in Sbarazzina and Corsarina models.

The license was granted by Gabriella Morini, daughter of Alfonso Morini, in 1973. Curio Rinaldini was the commercial director of Moto Morini, see below.

They built 50cc moped models named Tommy and Pivot powered by Franco Morini two-strokes. These came in conventionial and "ladies" styles.

In 1977 they built the Titan 125 enduro machine powered by Sachs, producing around 200 examples.

Production ceased in 1990.

Sources: MC Storico Conti, correspondence, , et al.

Several countries produced motorcycles named "Titan" - see Disambiguation

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Curio Rinaldini was the commercial director of Moto Morini from 1954 to 1980
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