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Blata is a Czech brand founded in the late 80s by motorcycle racer Pavel Blata.
The company produces sports mini-bikes, scooters.
The Origami model is considered a prominent representative of the brand.
It is noteworthy that Blata transport is considered to be the main one in such a type of motorsport as "pocket bike" (races on kartodromes).
There are also large midi bikes designed for sports trail riding.
Motorcycles of this brand are popular due to the combination of quality, excellent technical equipment and reasonable prices.
Blata motorcycles can withstand serious racing loads and the weight of an adult athlete in the appropriate equipment.
In 2005, the World Championship Motorsports (WCM) team broke off cooperation with motorcycle designer Harris, who had been working in the championship since the 1980s, and built their next car together with the Czech company Blata.
The problem was that Blata specialized in scooters and mini-bikes, with no experience in building large bikes, much less racing bikes in the MotoGP class.
The result of the work was the Blata WCM V6, in which the pilot Franco Battaini even managed to finish 11th in Japan, and took 22nd place in the championship.
The Czechs were dissatisfied with the results of the team and broke off cooperation.