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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 11-28-2013, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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Mv 48

Just came back from Italy to collect 25 bikes.
Found a 48 ciclomotore and 3 Ducati's,3 Olmo's,4 Alpino's,Itom's,3 Gloria's,a Breda,Pirotta,Rubino,Laverda,Bianchi,Pegaso,Olympi a,Motoflex,
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You can't post that without photos - it is just not fair

But seriously, it sounds like quite a haul, congratulations - Hope to see photos soon


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I just say wow!!

What a beast of a motorcycle!
It growls and rages and flies across the tarmac like a wild animal that has escaped the confinement of a cage and after merely waiting restlessly until the release, will not endure being locked up ever again.


Skye I miss you. L'essentiel est invisible pour les yeux.
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Whatd e say????!!!!!!



Def need photos....I've no idea what he just said!!!!

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Must agree with Rob … where's the pics.
Olmo's, Gloria's, Breda, Pirotta, Rubino, Pegaso, Olympi, Motoflex, Ardito. I know of quite a few Italian bike manufacturers (there have been over 100 different ones) but can't recall these bikes.
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Must agree with Rob … where's the pics.
Olmo's, Gloria's, Breda, Pirotta, Rubino, Pegaso, Olympi, Motoflex, Ardito. I know of quite a few Italian bike manufacturers (there have been over 100 different ones) but can't recall these bikes.
Olmo and bianchi are pushbikes

Must have picked up some pushies


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Bianchi started with motorised bicycles in 1897 and ceased making motorbikes in 1967.
Olmo were around from 1952 - 1961 producing lightweight bikes and mopeds.
Gloria 1948-1955. 48 cc two stroke engine mounted directly on the swing arm
Breda 1946-1951. motorised bicycles with their own 65 cc two stroke engine
Pirotta 1949-1955. 49 cc bicyclee engines and later 158 cc ohv two storke motorbikes
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No Motobi? I have a Motobi Gentleman around somewhere.
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No Motobi? I have a Motobi Gentleman around somewhere.
Well dig it up & photograph it please sir


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http://www.wheelsofitaly.com/wiki/index.php/Motobi

Can't find any mention of the name "gentleman"
Maybe it's a name Benelli or Montgomery Ward gave them

Incestuous little group, the Italian motorcycling industry!!!

Ya gotta luv the internet!!!!

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