1928 - 1936
CF (CF S.A. Autogarage Piacenza, later Meccanica S.r.l) was a historic Italian brand of motorcycles that made fast 173 cc and 247 cc OHV bikes until 1936. Afterwords, the motorcycle production was interrupted until late sixties, at which time they were going to make a two stroke 49 cc model. The owners and also Catelli Fiorani, in 1937, sold the brand to Fusi.
CF 1933 175 cc OHC “ Moto leggera” racing model engine# N 1293 TS 60x61.5
The firm of CF (designers Catellia and Fiorani) had started building powerful little 173 cc and 248 cc OHC face cam singles in 1928. They were very successful in racing. In 1937 the CF factory was taken over by the Fusi firm, which were the Italian FN importers. This nice piece of engineering has a three speed foot change gearbox, engine dimensions of 60x61,5 mm. Proprietary fittings are Bosch magneto, DelloOrto carburetor and an Albion gearbox.
1967 - 1971
In 1967 Mr. Campagna, ex admin. Director of Benelli, decided to start producing his own brand of mopeds. The production was started with the help of about ten workers, in a small building in the outskirt of Pesaro. Several models, all with Minarelli two stoke engine, were assembled, ranging from a single speed moped to the 6 speeds sport bikes like the “Ringo”.
In 1970, after the sudden early death of Mr. Campagna, C.F. was sold to Motorvieto, that in a couple of years folded down too.
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