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Ceccato Motorcycles

Ceccato Motorcycles

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Pietro Ceccato was a man of many talents - doctor, musician, motorcycle racer and an excellent businessman. The Ceccato factory in Montecchio Maggiore was established in the mid-30's, and built the first motorised bicycle, the Romeo with a 38cc engine shortly after the war, followed in 1948 by a machine with a 48c engine. Their first motorcycle appeared in 1951, a 75cc twostroke.

In 1953 they lauched an advanced OHC roadster with an engine designed in 1953 by Fabio Taglioni, designer of Ducati's famous desmodromic valve system.


Ceccato engines include: Ceccato :

  • Romeo 38
  • Micromotore 48
  • Micromotore 49
  • History of Ceccato

    Sources: Cycle Memory


    Wed Oct 02 2013
    cesar.murguia<at>moche.pe
    old motorcycle
    ceccato unkown
    i own a 1962 49 cc ceccato bike . i cant find anything about it. i wondered if theres one outside like mine.
    lima, perú


    Mon Feb 20 2012
    Tcgalelli<at>yahoo.com
    Ceccato
    Moto CeccatoMoto 1956 125 CC
    I would like to contact Theo Jonkhart regarding CeccatoMoto I am a collector.
    USA


    Sun Mar 14 2010
    amaxwell<at>att.net
    Ceccato Twinfiller
    Hello there. I have purchased the twinfiller that is pictured on your forum from Fred Beatty. I am just wondering if you have any information on the value of this bike? Also, do you know the purpose of the twinfiller tank? Any information about this bike or any pics you might have of a similar one would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
    Utah

    The page on Vintage Motorcycle Valuations may prove helpful. The twinfiller is purely cosmetic making the bike appear sportier, emulating some racing models of the day which had twin filler caps for faster pit stops.


    Wed Sep 09 2009
    jurasscparts at live dot com
    Ceccato 100 Motorcycle
    Ceccato 1957
    Jurassicparts
    Rosario

    Ceccato-1957-100cc.jpg
    Ceccato 1957 100cc


    Tue Feb 10 2009
    a-mandarano at bigpond dot com
    ceccato motorcycle
    ceccato 175
    I WOULD LIKE TO POSSIBLY PURCHASE ONE FOR REBUILD AND I WOULD LIKE AS MUCH INFORMATION ON THE BIKE AND SPECIFICATION AS POSSIBLE THANKS.
    AUSTRALIA .VIC


    Tue Feb 10 2009
    a-mandarano at bigpond dot com
    ceccato motorcycle
    ceccato 175
    I WOULD LIKE TO POSSIBLY PURCHASE ONE FOR REBUILD AND I WOULD LIKE AS MUCH INFORMATION ON THE BIKE AND SPECIFICATION AS POSSIBLE THANKS.
    AUSTRALIA .VIC


    August 27th 2008
    yahoo would only send photos as thumbnails, so I'm sending photos for Fred. you can either reply to this e-mail or budlightbiker at yahoo.com.  We look forward to any insight you have on our bike. Thank you Brenda & Fred Beatty.

    Ceccato-Twinfiller-2.jpg
    Ceccato Twinfiller


    Thu Oct 11 2007
    ale16c at aol dot com
    moto ceccato
    can you tell me in which city the motorcycles were manufacterd ? thanks, maria ceccato
    miami, usa


    Fri Dec 22 2006
    ben-champion1494 at hotmail dot com
    hi my sirname is ceccato would i be related to the guy who made these motorbikes and do they still make them today
    griffith

    Cannot say whether you're related. The marque ceased manufacture in the 1960's. Ed.


    Tue Sep 19 2006
    vnekola at yahoo dot com
    ceccato 175 OHC
    Hi: could you please hepl me in identify this motorcycle? Year, model, and if possible a picture when it was new (see picture of the bike at present day), thanks, Vladimir
    Chicago, USA

    Ceccato 175 OHC.jpg
    Ceccato 175 OHC


    Sat Aug 19 2006
    shirley at brekeven.za.net (bounced)
    ceccato
    could you please help im looking for pics of these motorcycles to identify thre one ive got many thanks

    clint
    south africa



    History of Ceccato

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