Clua Sport 125 cc (1957). 

Clúa was a Spanish motorcycle and automobile brand by Construcciones Metálicas Clúa from 1949 to 1962. The company was owned and founded by Joan Clúa i Maluquer.

Its headquarters was located at 6 Avenida de Pau Casals, Barcelona, Spain, at the time called Avenida General Goded, and the assembly line was located at Carrer d’Espronceda.

They made their first motorcycle, the MC-75 in 1951, powered by a two-stroke single-cylinder engine with an output of 3.25 hp at 5,800 rpm.

The piston had gas deflector with aluminium and graphite grey casting cylinder in chromium-nickel alloy. The fuels system was fed through by a constant level carburettor and automatic regulator. The oil was mixed at 6% on benzine. It had a three-speed gearbox with hand control, simple steel tubular frame, with telescopic fork front suspension and rear telescopic twin with helical springs, inclined in the direction of the gait. It also had a 8-litre fuel tank with consumption of 2 litres per 100 km and a top speed of 70 km/h (43 mph).

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