Derbi Motorcycles: Service Repair Manuals and Owner's Manual PDF

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Derbi Atlantis LC 2002 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Atlantis O2 Red Bullet 2003 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Atlantis/GP1 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi DS50 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi engine 125cc 4T 4V Service Manual.pdf

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Derbi FDS 50 Super Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Flatreed Service Repair Manual.pdf

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Derbi GP1/Atlantis Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi GPR 50 Replica 2001 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi GRP 50/Senda Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi Predator LC shop manual.pdf

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Derbi Sedra SM 2001 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Sedra SM X-Race 2006 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Senda 125 4T 2005 Manual Taller ESP.pdf

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Derbi Senda 125R Wiring Diagrams.JPG

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Derbi Senda R 1999-2000 Service Repair Manual.pdf

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Derbi Senda Racer Sm 2003 Service Manual.pdf

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Derbi Senda Service Manual DRD Model.pdf

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Derbi Senda/GRP 50 Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi Start DS.50 Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Terra & Adventure Engine Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi Terra 125 Service Manual.pdf

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Derbi Terra 125c.c. Workshop Manual.pdf

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Derbi Variant Owners Manual.pdf

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Derbi Variant Parts Catalog.pdf

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Derbi Variant Sport Owner's Manual.pdf

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Derbi is a Spanish company that produces motorcycles, scooters, mopeds and recreational ATVs. One of the seven brands that is part of Piaggio.

Derbi's history began with a small bike shop in the village of Mouliet near Barcelona, founded in 1922 by Simeon Rabas and Singles. The main activity of the company was the repair and rental of bicycles until May 1944, when Singla registered a limited liability company called Bicicletas Rabasa for the purpose of bicycle production. The company proved to be very successful and in 1946 work began on a motorized version of the SRS (the first letters of the name of the founder of the company Simeón Rabasa i Singla). The model was so successful that it prompted a change of direction of the company, and on November 7, 1950, the company changed its name to Nacional Motor SA. Shortly before, in Barcelona at the trade show, the company unveiled its first real motorcycle, the Derbi 250.

 

The Derbi successfully competed in the World Road Ring Championships, winning the 50 cm 50 Championships in 1969, 1970 and 1972. When the 50cc class was increased to 80cc, the Derbi dominated for four consecutive seasons from 1986 to 1989 until the class was eliminated from the Grand Prix program. The company also succeeded in the 125cc class, winning the World Cup in 1971, 1972, 1988, 2008 and 2010.

Unlike many Spanish motorcycle manufacturers, Derbi have successfully withstood Spain's entry into the European Community. Simeon Rabas and Singla died in 1988, but the company remained independent until 2001, when it was purchased by the Piaggio Group.

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