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Bultaco Motor Overhall
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Bultaco Frontera 74 Manual
Bultaco Frontera 74 Manual
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Bultaco Sherpa T250 350 198 199A Manual
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Bultaco Alpina Manual
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History of Bultaco Motorcycles

Some BULTACO Motorcycle Manuals PDF are above the page - Alpina, Frontera, Sherpa.

 

In 1958, the talented designer Moto firm Montesa, Francisco Bulto decided to establish motokompaniyu later became the most famous motokompaniey in Spain.

 

The name he made his name Bultaco. The first time the production was located in a small house in the village of Adrian De Besos on the outskirts of Barcelona.

 

The first road motorcycles, released this motokompaniey have small capacity engines. Until 1969 produced a model with single-cylinder 2-stroke engines of 125 or 250 cm3, and only later, the company has developed a motorcycle with an engine capacity of 350 cm3, and air-cooled.

 

In 1962 he was defeated in the Spanish Grand Prix motocross in a class of 250 cm3.

 

But in 1965 there was a tragedy that almost forced Francisco Bulto withdraw from the world of racing. On a motorcycle issued by his firm crashed and killed a talented rider Ramon Torres.

 

Despite this, in 1967 the company came finest hour: at the finish of the TT series, all three first places were taken by 3 motorcycle Mantrilla, which were presented in the class of 250 cm3.


In the history of the legendary motorcycle company Bultaco became the Irishman Sammy Miller, who in 1964 drew to Bulto bike capable of winning, so was created Sherpa. From 1975 to 1979, this model has five times won the world championships for endurance.

 

In 1979, due to difficulties with the sale of the company Bultaco closes its plant for the production of motorcycles. In 1980, the work of the plant was briefly revived until 1983. Bultaco again struck motomire creating an experienced motorcycle Sherco with an engine capacity of 250 cm3. In this light motorcycles Graham Jarvis won the Scottish six-day race.

 

Later Motoplant Bultaco was bought by concern Derbi, so authentic motorcycles of this company does not exist with the closing of the plant in the 1980s. Despite this, the world is still a lot of clubs fans of the brand Bultaco.