In 1960, Agrati joined with Garetti and used the name Agrati Garelli until the mid sixties.
Agrati was a manufacturer of electric motors and bicycle accessories. In 1960, Agrati and Garelli joined forces to create Agrati Garelli.
After the union, Agrati always remained in the background. Originally, only the M1, M2 and M3 scooters were manufactured. Afterwards the Garellino, a vehicle with automatic transmission followed, then the Mokick junior 50, the Monza. The Krad KL 100 was developed for the english market.
In 1972, the Eureka and Eureka Flex were introduced, and updated in 1977.
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