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Bultaco Limited Edition Extra 1964-1970

 

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Číslo produktu: 9781855206915
Výrobce/vydavatel: Brooklands Books, UK
Jazyk: angličtina
Autor: R.M. Clarke
Typ/formát: Monografie
EAN kód: 9781855206915
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Vazba: Brožovaná
Počet stran: 128
Rozměry v mm: 210 x 280
Počet obrázků: 200
Rok vydání: 2005

The founding of the Spanish Bultaco make of motorcycles has something of a Hollywood legend about it and showed the spirit of the men involved. Their employer, Spanish motorcycle manufacturer Montesa, decided to quit racing, a move that upset several passionate people for whom racing was in their blood, in their hearts. They immediately resigned and began planning a company of their own. The key man in all of this was Francisco Bulto. A former director of Montesa, it was he who gave his name to the fledgling enterprise that was established in June 1958 at a meeting of associates at his country house. By October of that year a 125cc prototype bike had been completed and four months later the make Bultaco was introduced to the press. Just two months after that Bultaco machines were entered in their first race—it was a race for sports bikes and held in conjunction with the Spanish GP. Amazingly they took seven out of the first ten places. From these inauspicious beginnings grew a large industrial enterprise situated on the outskirts of Spain's Olympic city, Barcelona. Bultaco's reputation and growth into export markets all over the world was always on the back of success in competition on the racetrack and in scrambles. Within five years the company had expanded its marketing reach to include all of western Europe, England and North America. Later they entered the Australian market. Their machines were generally in the small displacement class, starting with a 125cc with 196cc and 244cc as options although by the late 60s the company was making the 362cc single for the El Bandido off-road racer. The philosophy of the company was probably unique at the time insofar as any technical improvement or innovation was always proved in racing first and then passed onto the private buyer. There was a direct link between success on the racetrack and what the public could buy. Between 1964 and 1970 Bultaco had established itself as one of the more characterful motorbike manufacturers, the world's press in particular were rapt by its simple but effective design and the performance that it gave along with excellent handling characteristics. A portfolio of 31 contemporary articles traces the progress of Bultaco production in the 60s. Included are road, trail & track tests, new model reports, history & racing. Models covered: Metralla, Sherpa, TSS, Mercurio, Matador, Metisse, Pursang, El Bandido, Campera, El Tigre & Lobitto.

A portfolio of 31 contemporary articles traces the progress of Bultaco production in the 60s. Included are road, trail & track tests, new model reports, history & racing. Models covered: Metralla, Sherpa, TSS, Mercurio, Matador, Metisse, Pursang, El Bandido, Campera, El Tigre & Lobitto. 128 pages. Over 200 illus.

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