It's a nice shot Galper. Very interesting bike too, do you know much about it?
The bike arrived in Spain in early 1975, his first career second in the Spanish championship, Cartagena, broke a timing gear, at the start of the race, a result of having come from Italy with a washer installed incorrectly that caused this I had a lot of play, as the mechanic told me the brand, dates almost certainly sent it after using the 200 miles from Imola in 1975, we used both trail running and speed, Mallol ended her season seventh.
In 1976 at the controls of Benjamin Grau was proclaimed winner of the Spanish F750 championship in 1977 played only the first part of the championship with Alejandro Tejedo, but economic problems caused Mototrans cut costs even played sports and 24-hour endurance Montjuïc.
A few years later was sold to Joaquin Folch Spanish collector who restored it in origin, except the front fork which is of type Imola 72, because the original was lost in an accident.
Edited by GALPER54, 02 August 2012 - 08:22.