Spanish Motorcycles

Spanish Makes (I)

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.

INESMO
Built bicycle attachment engines mounted within the bicycle triangle which drove the rear wheel by friction roller.
Source: lasprovincias.es


Inmotec
Oskar Gorría Soteras created the Inmotec company in 2007 and has produced a number of MotoGP machines.
The company has collaborated with Ecomotion to produced the LEMev Stream electric motorcycle, first marketed in 2011.
Sources: wikipedia.es


Iresa

Constructiones Meccanicas Iresa, Madrid, 1956-1959

Built motorcycles fitted with Villiers 200cc engines, and were possibly involved with the production of Hispano-Villiers engines.

The firm also built 48cc and 53cc engines which were used by other manufacturers, among them J.Y.M.B.

Source: wikipedia.nl




Iruna

Manufactured by Industria Metalicas de Navarra SA, Navarre 1953-1961

Félix Huarte, who had previously built the Husor in partnership with Soriano, went on to create the Iruña, a 123cc two-stroke scooter using an engine built in their factory.

Sources: GTU Oldtimerservice, et al.




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