1924 - 1936
Junior was started in in Antignano (Livorno), in 1924 by the Italian motorcycle designer Edoardo Mascagni. The engine was a two-stroke 350 cc, single cylinder vertical with separate two-speed gearbox. The chassis was a tubular cradle with wheels and removable front fork parallelogram. In addition to the original engine, used on demand, the Blackburne engine with 250 and 350 cc. In 1927, Mascagni was intending to build bike with a 125 cc JAP-Aza-engine two-stroke. A 250 and 350 cc are also built in 1928, and also produced a two-stroke 175 cc JAP engine. In 1930, came a new 175 cc side valve JAP engine and a 350 cc two-stroke engine like the original. In the years between 1931 and 1935, the Junior build several models from 175 to 350 cc with two and four stroke engines. The house disappeared in 1936 when the founder died in Ethiopia.
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