The Spanish motorcycle brands, the majority closed due to industrial restructuring (others persisted) but always had their loyal fans even if they abandoned such a competitive market
It was a brand of bicycles, which later incorporated engines founded in Figueres in 1930.
Torrot, brand of bicycles and mopeds manufactured in Gasteiz, Alava
Brand of mopeds and small displacement motorcycles, created in Mollet del Vallès in 1954.
Sanglas was a motorcycle manufacturer in Spain that began its activities in Barcelona (Poble Nou) in 1942. Sanglas models were a hybrid of German and English models.
It is a company dedicated to the manufacture of motorcycles with headquarters in Figueras (Catalonia) founded in 1934. Its main product is small and large displacement motorcycles (between 49 and 450 cc.) Intended for leisure and even competition.
In 1943 the company began producing motorcycles with great success, especially in the 60s. The engines were 2-stroke, single cylinder, 125. Then it evolved into larger displacements, first 160, then 175 and 250, in Tourism and road models. Subsequently, several Enduro and Trial models were launched. Production remained until 1984, the year in which the general crisis of the Spanish motorcycle industry before the entry of Japanese motorcycles became more acute.
Montesa is a Spanish motorcycle brand whose origin dates back to the creation of the company of the same name in 1944 in Catalonia by Pedro Permanyer Puigjaner and Francisco Javier Bultó. Its development was extraordinary in the 50s, largely supported by the competition.
The origins of this brand date back to 1922, when Simeón Rabasa i Singla was dedicated to the repair of bicycles.It was not until 1949 when Derbi decided to start his journey through the world of the moped, creating what would be his first motorcycle .
Spaniards Pere Permanyer and Francisco Xavier Bultó Marqués, better known as Don Paco, founded the Montesa motorcycle brand in 1944. Don Paco left this company due to the abandonment of the competition because he believed that innovation in motorcycles was closely linked to the world of competition and founded on May 17, 1958 Bultaco in Barcelona.