GIMA 64-108

   

Make Model

Gima 64-108

Year

1946 - 47

Engine

Four stroke

Capacity

108 cc / 6.6 cu in

Cooling

Air cooled

Transmission

3 Speed
Starting Kick
Final Drive Chain

Front Suspension

Telescopic forks

Rear Suspension

Rigid, spring loaded saddle
Wheels Steel, laced wire spokes

Front Brakes

Drum

Rear Brakes

Drum
   

It already had promising genes with its telescopic fork making it the first small French motorcycle equipped in 1947 with it and the second brand after BMW.

 

Its frame was bent tube of large diameter thin but very rigid and weighed only seven kilograms. The engineer Paul Joshua made handling the first feature of its motorcycles. He was very attentive to quality. He himself had participated in the very first 75 manual production of motorcycles. He had gained control of all the details, including the AMC engine test bench and finally to the final test of each bike.