Spanish Motorcycles

BJR Motorcycles

Construcciones Mécanicas, Bantista Esplagues, Algemesi, 1942-1962*.

From 1942 until 1950 the Esplugues brothers built a scooter and motocarros under the Baesal marque.

In the mid 1950s the marque became BJR, producing a variety of machines powered by 50cc to 175cc two-strokes.

Models included the XZ125 and VZ175, both with 4-speed two-stroke engines and swinging arm rear suspension, these remaining basically unchanged until end of production in the early 1960s.

* Notes: Sources vary on production dates.