Italian Motorcycles ASPI
Acronym for Attrezzature Servizi Pubblici Industriali, these motorbikes had engines made under the project of engineer Salvatore Nacci.
Two models were produced in 1949, a 125cc and a 175cc, both with 2 horizontal cylinders.
One model never really entered production, however there are prototypes.
Here is an image, it looks great!
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Here there is a video with some photos of old motorbikes and a few comments about this unrivaled invention.
Two wheels, a frame, an engine… and it’s freedom! The first bikes did look like bicycles,
but they were already beautiful nevertheless. Motorcycles brands born in 1900.
In the 1920s and 1930s the motorbike becomes a symbol of modernity and velocity, any bold boy wants one! At the beginning of the 20th Century the motorbike becomes available to the public.
Some say billing is not a hobby, but a way of life and that bickers have more funFor ages motorbikes have helped bad boys to enjoy the company of good looking girls.
Some others point out that living without a motorbike is like sleeping without dreams..
And don’t forget sidecars! The motorcycle extends to your family and friends, even mamma enjoys