Spanish Motorcycles

Spanish Makes (C)

Notes on some of the rarer Spanish marques

This page lists brands for which we currently have only an historical precis. For a more complete listing visit the Spanish Index.

These motorcycles were created by J. Cedrón in his workshop at Calle Montesa in Madrid using restored war surplus machines in 1951.
Source: OTTW

Luis Iriondo of Eibar, Guipúzcoa, built motorised bicycles named Cil and Super Cil using Terrot engines from 1948 to ca 1950.
Source: OTTW

Manufactured in Barcelona between 1924 and 1927 by Antoni Carbonell, a bicycle firm, these were fitted with 175cc Villiers engines. Production was limited.

José Bolinches of Valencia began producing scooters in 1948 powered by an OHV 250cc engine. The gearbox was of dual range type to better cope with steep inclines and rough roads. They were of decidedly unusual appearance and were presented at the 1953 Valencia Trade Fair in two versions, Touring and Rural, the latter having power take-off for pumps and the like and a tow hitch.
The influx of cheaper Italian scooters affected sales.
Cimera produced a number of three-wheel microcars with a single wheel at the rear. These were also marketed under the Boli marque. Manufacture ceased in 1955.
Source: OTTW



Manufactured by Construcciones Radio-Electro Mecánicas, S.A. in Barcelona between 1958 and 1966.

The firm built motorcycles, motocarros and tricycles. The first three-wheelers were powered by a fan-cooled Hispano-Villiers 6M engine and had utility tray behind the driver seat. It was named the Pato (Duck), and later the same year another machine with a carrier box at the front was built, also named Pato.

The first motorcycle was developed in 1958 and entered production in 1960. The Rally was offered with either a 197cc Hispano Villiers engine or and 250cc twin.

Cremsa entered the moped market in 1965 with 50cc Hispano-Villiers engines and 2 or 3 speed gearboxes.


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