1924 - 1927
G.R. manufactured motorcycles in Turin by Count of Gino Revelli Beumont, general agent for Henderson in Italy, who, in 1925, won the 500cc Grand Prix in Monza. The Revelli chassis, designed and built by Antonio Baudo, had front fork tubes with a swinging arm. The engine was a single cylinder 499 cc made by JAP, distributed with two overhead valves, timed by three concentric coil springs. In 1926, the Revelli is put into production with a 500 cc JAP engine, with distribution overhead valve and a three-speed gearbox.
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