Cardani was an Italian brand of racing motorcycles founded by the two Milanese designers Savar Carlo and Daniele Fontana built in 1967, a race bike with a 498 cc three-cylinder four-stroke engine with four valves per cylinder with this brand name. The machine was developed for Jack Findlay and technical looked much like the three-cylinder MV Agusta.
The engine sat far forward, too much weight was on the front wheel. In 1971, due to lack of money, the machine was never used. Finlay Fontana built on a Suzuki TR 500 frame with an engine that used the name Jada, combining the names of Jack Findlay and Daniele Fontana.
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