1953 - 1984
Moto Gerosa was founded in 1953 with headquarters in St. Polo (BS). One of their early achievements was with a 175 cc single overhead camshaft. At the end of 1956 they produced 50, 75 and 125 cc models. In subsequent years they had left the motofurgoncino 50 cc. In 1969 a minimoto was introduced, while at the beginning of the sixties they focused on conventional motorcycles like the P1, the V1, the P3 and the GT, in addition to off-road models of 50 cc, as the Holy Cross, the Cross Corsa CR and Zündapp Cross.
In 1974, in the list is: the Mini Minor, Mini Cross and Cross Race Special.
1975, the lineup is: a Cross Pulce Bimbo, the V1 and the Cross Monotrave Corsa, which had four to six gears. The company then decided add a few cycle-transport models: the Folletto was three-and four-wheeled and tri-cycle wagon.
In 1976, they added the Pulce Bimbo, a motorcycle for the very young, the VC and V2 Export.
In 1977, the novelty 50cc model, which regularity used the Minarelli radial engine, in addition to the Cross 50 was made in a short run.
1978 showed no new models to the lineup, while the following year, in addition to off-road models such as the Export Cross, the Regularity Race 6 speed and Regularity Zündapp, there were two models for children, the Child Pulce Cross and the Junior Pulce with 8-inch wheels.
1984 the doors closed.
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