1948 - 1956
Focesi, founded by Focesi Alfredo in 1948, was one of the pioneers of cycling in Italy and their Gloria bikes were famous for decades. In 1949, they also had a motorcycle, the Gloria M 3 with a three-speed gearbox and a flexible frame. In 1953, the range grew with the addition of the Glory 100, with a 98.125 cc with the valves in the head engine and four-speed transmission, which was avaliable in a Touring and Sport version. For the 1954 exhibition in Milan they introduced a two-stroke 160 cc engine, with a swinging arms front fork called the Earles. All the activity of the company ceases in 1956.
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