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Italian Motorcycles

Elsa Bicycle Engines

A Brief History of the Italian Marque

Elsa moto d'epoca

Elsa, acronimo di Elettromeccanica Lucini Societa Anonima, presenta nel 1920 un motore ausiliario di 75cc a due tempi, da applicare lateralmente alla ruota posteriore delle biciclette, con trasmissione a catena.


Elsa, an acronym for Electromechanics Lucini Societa Anonima, in 1920 built an auxiliary 75cc two-stroke engine designed by Carlo Borelli which was mounted adjacent to the rear wheel of a bicycle.

The firm existed until 1925.

Sources: Moto di Lombardia



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