|Piovaticci 50cc Racer|
|Maximum power output||19hp|
|Revolutions per minute||16500|
|Number of cylinders||1|
|Number of gears||6|
The furniture manufacturer Egidio Piovaticci from Pesaro got together initially with local racer Eugenio Lazzarini. The first Piovaticci machine was actually a "renamed" Maico 125 cc. There was also a 250 cc-version but both machines had little success.
In 1974, Jan Thiel and Martin Mijwaart (of Jamathi) were hired to develop a completely new 50cc and 125cc machines. This was extremely successful. At the end of 1975, Piovaticci became too expensive for race-activities and no longer sold well and thus came to an end. Thiel and Mijwaart went to set Bultaco to further their career.
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