Spanish Motorcycles

Rondine Motorcycles

Manufactured in Madrid 1951-1957

The firm's first production model was a 125cc scooter which did not do well when Vespa arrived a year or so later. This was followed by a number of motorcycles, the first a 125cc model designed by Bruno Hettore who left to form the Aster company.

The motorcycles performed well on the racetrack and during this period won more races than Montesa.

A 250cc machine was on the drawing board when the company failed in 1957. The firm reappeared shortly thereafter at the same address under the name Trimak.

N.B. Several firms used the Rondine brand.

Source: OTTW

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