Moto Morini is an Italian maker of motorcycles. It was founded by Alfonso Morini in Bologna, in 1937.
Earlier, Morini had also manufactured motorcycles together with Mario Mazzetti under the name MM. Morini came under Cagiva control in 1987, then in 1996 came under Texas Pacific Group, which had also bought Ducati, and in April 1999, the rights to the name were purchased by Morini Franco Motori spa, a company founded by Morini’s nephew in 1954. After building large v-twin motorcycles early in the 21st century the company went into liquidation in late 2010. Moto Morini restarted the production of motorcycles in 2012.
This sporty version of the famous Morini Corsaro benefits from lowered handlebars, a larger Dellorto UbF20bs carburettor, offering more power through the 4-stroke engine with overhead valves.
During 2015, the bike was restored to a very high standard, and is now ready to be used and enjoyed by its new custodian. Offered with original Italian title documents.