JJ Cobas TB 6 125 cc (1990).
JJ Cobas was a Spanish motorcycle manufacturer, founded in 1983 in Barcelona by the merchant Jacinto Moriana, who in recognition of his best engineer Antonio Cobas, decided to name the team after him.
Its business name was JJ Cobas Engineering SL and manufactured for a few years in Vilasar de Dalt, moving to San Andrés de la Barca in 1990. The company was definitively dissolved in 1998, shortly after Moriana’s death.
JJ Cobas stood out especially for his innovative and highly competitive speed motorcycles, having achieved all kinds of international successes, including the 125cc World Speed Championship won by Alex Crivillé in 1989. His speed motorcycles were also highly valued by experts.