Postwar mopeds used BRM engines designed by Umberto Dalvacchio, who became well-known in the 70’s for the de Tomaso Benelli Sei. There was a Taurus Cocker Ciclomotore available in 1954 which had an inverted 48cc engine, also a BRM product and believed to be a model U9. The machine was not much larger than a bicycle, which it resembled.
Taurus Related Information:
- Sheldon’s EMU Taurus page here.