In 1909, Giuseppe Gilera was just 22 when he started Moto Gilera. Over time, Gilera grew into a marquee manufacturer. World War II got in the way but in the 50s, riders on Gileras won the 500cc World Championship 6 times in 8 years. To help pay racing bills, the company sold a series of small street bikes, like this 202 Super.
Built in the mid to late 60s, the Super 202 was one of the last iterations of Gilera’s single-cylinder roadsters. The engine produced 11.5 horsepower at 6,500 rpm, propelling the Super to a top speed over 70 miles per hour.
This example is claimed to be fully restored and is ready to ride or show. Find this Super Gilera for sale in Aragno, Italy with a BIN of $3,990