1923 - 1952
Ollearo (Fabbrica Motocicli Ollearo) was an Italian brand of motorcycles, founded by Neftali Ollearo and based in Torino, began production of 132 cc motorcycles. Later there were 124 cc sports models and in 1929 and also a 173 cc model.
Although Ollearo used two-and four-stroke engines, they all had a shaft drive. In the thirties were built 346 cc and 496 cc overhead valve engines and after the war 45 cc mopeds and 249 cc and 499 cc OHV bikes.
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