Spanish Motorcycles

Spanish Makes (F)

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.


Motocycletas Evycsa, Barcelona, 1954~1959

Built 125cc two-stroke scooters.


Established in 1940 in Eibar, Guipúzcoa, the firm Echave, Arizmendi y Cia manufactured velomotors fitted with auxiliary bicycles engines.
Production of mopeds began in 1950 using engines from Iresa of 48cc and 53cc. In 1951 the Echasa 65cc model was presented. The last of these were built in 1954.
Source: OTTW

Manufactured enduro motorcycles in Castellar del Vallès, 1990s

Francesc Sanz Marco built motorcycles in Valencia from 1949 to 1955
Initially built 65cc lightweight racers which he himself rode, followed by twin-cylinder 125cc sports machines. During the the years 1950 to 1954 his machines did particularly well in regional racing eventsl in the 75cc, 100cc and 125cc classes.


Manufactured in Barcelona between 1924 and 1929 by Julius Fusté, a well-known motorcycle racer , these were powered by engines from DKW and Villiers mainly. Around 50 were built in total.

From 1930 to 1936 the firm built motorcycles under the JFC marque, and after the end of the Spanish Civil War they used the Fusté brand again.

Fusté was also involved with the Olimpic brand until 1953, and Delfin after 1955.


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