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Italian Motorcycles

Azzara Motorcycles

Azzara moto d'epoca

La Casa Brevetti Azzara di Franco Azzara, ha sede a Milano e produce dal 1922 al 1927 motocicli equipaggiati con motore a due tempi di 175 cccol marchio G.A..

Nel 1922 costruisce una interessante moto, con marchio Azzara, con telaio in lamiera stampata, serbatoio a sella asportabile, forcella anteriore a biscottini.

Per questa moto viene impiegato il propulsore Blackburne bicilindrico a V di 700 cc.

Non si sa se fu prodotta o rimase allo stadio di prototipo.


A Brief History of the Italian Marque


Franco Azzara was based in Milan and between 1922 and 1927 produced motorcycles equipped with G.A. two-stroke engines of 175 cc.

In 1922 an interesting motorcycle appeared with the Azzara brand; it had a with pressed steel frame, a removable saddle tank, front fork (biscottini). The machine was powered by a 695cc Blackburne V-twin.

It is unknown whether it went into production or remained at the prototype stage.


N.B. Azzara or Azzarra? The original Italian text used both spellings, but the latter form is most uncommon.

Sources: Moto di Lombardia. NIT.



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