Note: These are two unrelated companies with the same name
1920 - 1925
BPM was founded by company partners Malasagna Pinerolo and Emilio Malasagna who were brothers and at the end of 1920 were dedicated to the production of motorcycles. BMP in 1924 had a motorcycle model that had either a cylinder two-stroke 250 cc and 350 cc engine, transmission gearbox was a 4-speed with gears mounted on ball bearings and a transmission belt. The rigid frame that cradled with a closed fork tubes that housed Druid type dampers, superior even to the spring seat. Front brake shoes were on the edge of the circle and back to the skid. The weight was 70 kg, speed was 70 km/h and could exceed climbs of 20%. The tank allowed for a good range of 200 km.
BMP (Soc. Brevetti Menicucci, Perugia, Perugia Fonderie Officine A. Menicucci, Castel del Piano, Perugia) was an Italian motorcycle manufacturer that produced 123 cc, 173 cc and 243 cc and 173 cc overhead valve OHV racers using their own engines. The founder of the brand, Giuseppe Menicucci, had motorcycles in 1930 published and sold under his own name. Later he named the brand BMP and finally Perugina. He built motorcycles and mopeds until the mid seventies.
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