Patria 350 cc (1929). 

Patria was a Spanish brand of automobiles and motorcycles, manufactured by Antonio Serra’s company in Badalona (Barcelona) between 1920 and 1936.

Despite having left the automobile project aside, Antoni Serra founded in 1922 the “National Factory of Motorcycles, Sidecares and PATRIA Bicycles”.​

In his factory in Badalona and for 14 years he created various models of motorcycles that achieved fame and notoriety. One of its models was equipped with a 350 cc four-stroke single-cylinder Villiers engine that developed 10 hp of power, and that reached speeds of between 120 and 125 km/h, being the first motorcycle with that type of engine that was marketed in Spain.

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