1955 - 1962
Berneg manufactured the Rainbow motorcycle, built by Bernardi Paris and Corrado Negrini, based in Casalecchio di Reno, is submitted to the Trade Fair in Milan in 1955. The Rainbow had a 158.4 cc engine with two side by side vertical cylinders, the distribution to the camshaft in the head which was controlled by a double chain. The cylinders were made of cast iron, as the only thing not lightend. The gear change in block was done with a four-speed foot pedal and the transmission and primary chain werey final.
In 1956, some details were modified, while in 1957 there were significant improvements. The same year they built the Fario model with a 175 cc engine, with the same general pattern as the Rainbow produced in two versions, the Gran Turismo and the Normale. In 1959, the only bikes that remaind on the list for that year, were the Fario Gran Turismo and a slightly faster Sport version. In 1962 Berneg ceased production and closed its doors for good.
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