1875 - 1930's
Menon was an Italian business founded in 1875 by Carlo Menon and located in Veneto. His two sons, Carlo and Luigi continued the business. From 1896 to 1898 than they were manufacturing bicycles, tandems and a small car. The first bikes with an engines was made only after the First World War.
In the thirties, they built models with 198 cc four-stroke engines with the cylinder tilted forward. In addition, there were 175 cc side valve JAP engines which primarily were used. The last bike had a 350 cc single cylinder Menon engine.
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