Moto Giro Vintage Motorcycles

Rubric: Moto Morini | 20 Jun 2015 | Comments Off on Moto Giro Vintage Motorcycles
Moto Giro Vintage Motorcycles

’66 Sears Gilera 106 The Moto-Giro California is a few months away, but this is the perfect time to start planning and I have a great place to start. A 1966 Gilera 106. It fits right in the rules and will be perfect. Back in the 1960′s Sears Roebuck and Company sold just about everything…refridgerators, mattresses, tools, everybody’s ‘back to school’ clothes and yes, motorcycles. The Sears catalog was the retail bible. What kid didn’t spend the entire month of November looking over the toy section, dad looking at tools and mom checking out all the Kenmore appliances? And there were those (the weirdo’s among us) looking at lawn tractors and motorcycles. From 1951 through somewhere ...

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Morini Interview translated by Steve Hough

Rubric: Moto Morini | 13 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Morini Interview translated by Steve Hough
Morini Interview translated by Steve Hough

Moto Morini Interview It went like this The affairs of the Bologna firm as recollected and commented on by two important characters, Gianni Marchetti (General Manager from 1946 to 1989) and Franco Lambertini (Technical Director from 1970 to 1989). Behind the scenes revealed, decisions explained. Interview with Marchetti It is certain that the moment of crisis could have been overcome and we could have continued So Gianni Marchetti asserts today, re-examining the Morini situation at the end of the 1980s. He continues: The business was healthy, it didn’t have, and had never had, debts. Despite the great production restraints imposed by the new helmet law, it could none the less therefore, ...

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1980 Moto Morini 250 TC for Sale Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

Rubric: Moto Morini | 6 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on 1980 Moto Morini 250 TC for Sale Classic Sport Bikes For Sale
1980 Moto Morini 250 TC for Sale Classic Sport Bikes For Sale

1980 Moto Morini 250 TC for Sale Posted on June 12, 2013 by tad Well you can’t get a whole lot rarer than this: the seller claims only four of these were imported in 1980!  If you’re not familiar with Moto Morini, that’s no surprise.  They’re been largely forgotten, since their big, booming recent offerings never made it across the Atlantic and their smallish 70′s and 80′s V-twins never made much of a splash over here in the land of “more is better”. But in Europe, Morini is famous for their stylish, sporty machines.  Generally known for their “3½”, a 344cc 72° twin that sounded terrific, but made pretty modest power.  It featured cutting-edge design, including ...

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