AMF Gloria, 1933, racing bicycle

AMF Gloria, racing bicycle, 1933, Italy

Established in 1922 by Alfredo Focesi in Milan, the company immediately aims to build racing bicycles.

In 1923 Libero Ferrario, on a Gloria bicycle, won the World Championship for amateurs. From that moment on Gloria became famous. Well-known were the “Garibaldini”, Gloria cyclists, that wreaked havoc in the stage races for their impetuousness.

Technical notes:

  • Vittoria Margherita gearbox, Supercorsa model
  • Tailor-made frame
  • Fusione del marchio Gloria in fusione sui forcellini
  • Nickel-plated connections
  • GLORIA handlebar
  • GLORIA hubs
  • ITALIA saddle
  • BOWDEN brakes
  • STELLA wooden rims
  • GLORIA crankset and pedals


Marque: AMF Gloria
Year of production: 1933
Type: racing bicycle
Nation: Italia
Name: AMF Gloria
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