1906 - 1920
Bucher & Zeda was founded in Milan in 1906, produces a motorcycle competition, with a valve in the head engine. The factory with its name and Zeda Bucher. In 1913, he created a model of vertical single-cylinder engine 342 cc, capable of 2.75 CV, the ignition was a high-voltage magnet and transmission belt. On request, the same model could be equipped with a 3.5 hp motor.
In 1914, they produced three models, all had a single vertical cylinder and clutch disc, and were available in a 342 cc version with a two-speed transmission and the 499 cc and 568 cc models came with a three speed transmission. While the first transmission had a chain and strap, the other two just had the strap. In 1919, work resumed after it was suspended during the war, on a 500 cc model that was also designed with a four-cylinder engine horizontal opposed 900 cc of which none had been built. 1920 was the last year of operation for the company.
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