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Aermacchi 175 Ala Bianca

These pushrod engines had a and … of 60 by 61mm and 66 by 72mm, a compression ratio of 7.0:1. speeds were listed as 66 and 72 both models had a four-speed, gearbox

Noteworthy on the sleek was the chassis, which was designed by Revelli, winner of the 500cc of the 1925 Monza Grand He favored nearly total of the engine, chain and rear A modern telescopic front was also used, along a pair of alloy hubs and gentlemanly, the Chimera remained in until 1960.

In 1957 produced their first motorcycles; the company directors realized that the love of Italian was a bike that fast and not luxurious. There four new models that the Ala Bianca (White Wing), Ala (Light Blue Wing). Ala (Red Wing), and the Ala Verda Wing)

The Ala Bianca and Ala Azzurra were models with 175-cc (60 by and 250-ec (66 by 72mm) overhead engines, which had a 7.0:1 ratio and ran 63 and 75 mph. A completely new design was used that an orthodox swinging arm rear and a space frame up front in the engine acted as a frame The 175-cc model had a 2.50-17 tire and 275-17 rear while the 250 used a 3.00-17 on the rear.

The 175-cc Ala Rossa and Ala Verda were intended to be models, meaning that had low bars and a hotter engine. The ratio was 8.5:1, which speeds of 78 and 84 mph. These weighed 248 lb. and were ruggedly both features made popular in cost-conscious Italy.

The Ala Verda 250 was especially popular, as its stroking engine pushed of torque through the four-speed The power output was listed as 18 bhp at rpm, which were the horses that always stronger (or more honest) many others

In 1957 the produced another rather model called the Bicilindrico, was an open half scooter/half-cycle with a 250-cc engine and in. tires. The engine. a departure Aermacchi philosophy, was an ohv twin unorthodox machine was evidently a since it was dropped from in 1958.

The idea of a scooter-type was deeply ingrained in Aermacchi was probably due to the great success of and Lambretta. In 1957 the company another inexpensive model the Tipo. with a 125-cc and a wild leading-link front this rig was produced until at which time it was followed by a orthodox scooter

During these years the directors had come to realize the Italians preferred a sporting to the marque that they This was especially true if the wished to develop an export since Aermacchi was still unknown outside Italy.

In to this. and in an effort to build a that would form the for developing an export business, decided to produce some sports motorcycles. The result was

The Ala d’ Ore was available with a 175- or 250-ce engine, a and 9.0:1 compression ratio, cams, larger valves, valve springs and polished The 175 had a straight pipe exhaust but the 250 had a shallow megaphone on the end.

than the use of 18-in. alloy rims, racing tires front, 2.75 rear), a and racing handlebars, the chassis was to the roadster models. Full equipment was fitted, but the rearward brake and shifting linkage a tucked-in riding position. Ala d’ Ore models were successful in Italian production races, due to their fine and speeds of 93 and 102 mph.

Aermacchi 175 Ala Bianca

In 1960, the marque introduced a model. This cobby 250 was intended to be a motocross mount for the class just then started. With a battery the Single was rather heavy, handling was reported to be reasonably Within a few years though, the Greeves, Jawa and CZ two strokes developed to a remarkable pitch, and the Cross model was no longer

In 1964 it was quietly dropped production after scoring few

The year I960 is of great in the story of Aermacchi; this was the that Harley Davidson 50 percent of the stock and renamed the Aermacchi/Harley-Davidson.

The first Aermacchi was 1951-52 Convertible 125-cc The fuel tank could be at the rear and swung down out of the way

The 1956 Chimera 250 was a four-… with rakish styling. Top was 72 mph; wheel size was 17 in.

Aermacchi produced this looking 250 cc Twin in 1957 and

The 1957-60 Alas Rossa was a looking 175-CC Single proved to be very popular the Italians. Notice the quasi-road-racing

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