1951 - 1963
Borghi (S.p.A. Carlo Borghi) began production in Milan as a bicycle factory and in 1952, began to produce motorcycles and mopeds from 50 to 125 cc. These were light mopeds and motorbikes, with 38 cc and 49 cc Ducati Mosquito blocks (Ducati Cucciolo was the famous stroke block), marketed under the brand name Olympia.
The 123 cc engine was a two-stroke, built by BSA, called the Brantom series, a DKW design, imported from England.
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