1932 - 1950
DEI was founded by Umberto Dei began its work in 1932 as a bicycle factory and then move on to build light motorcycles with two stroke engines with 60 and 75 cc. In 1941, they build a model with 98 cc, a two-stroke engine with a power of 2 hp at 3000 rpm. Has the change in bulk two-speed, controlled by hand, the rigid frame that could reach reach 45 km/h. Another model,the Saxonette, had the famous German Sax engine with a horizontal cylinder with 60 cc, two stroke with power of 1.5 bhp at 3500 rpm with no gear change. After the Second World War, the company resumed the production of mopeds and light motorcycles, using the Mosquito Garelli engine at first and then latter, the Sachs two-stroke engine with 150 cc and a four-speed gearbox.
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