1921 - 1931
Baudo (Officine Meccaniche Baudo) was founded in Turin in 1921 by Antonio Baudo and debut with three motorcycle engine models the the first year. The first was a 474 cc V-twin engine, opposing valves, chain driven, three-speed gear box, the had a two-cylinder engine with 668 cc and the same features as the previous one and the third had a V-twin 1000 cc engine.
The Italian works by Antonio Baudo built motorcycles long with 474 cc to 972 cc JAP V-twins. After 1924 they used 173 CC to 346 cc single cylinder side valve JAP built alongside engines Moser, Barr & Stroud, Train and Blackburne.
In 1926 they presented two models, a 250 and a 350 cc with valve side on the head, using JAP and Blackburne engines. In 1927 they launched the Augusto Monaco, the Monaco was produced with a Baudo-vertical single cylinder engine with 500 cc side valve. In 1929, the rains were handed over to Joseph Navone who continues with the production for the Baudo and the novelty of the year, a 500 cc engine with a distribution valve side.
Through collaboration with Augusto Monaco was founded in 1927 the Monaco brand-Baudo. Baudo in 1929 sold its own brand Giuseppe Navone, which was produced under the name Baudo. He brought a new 500 cc model-side door.
In 1930 the Navone model had a limited production using a 175 cc Moser engine. In 1931 there was a version with 350 cc Chaise engine that had a 350 cc on a pressed steel Durandal chassis.
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