Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals & Parts Catalogues for OSSA Motorcycles.
The Ossa motorcycles company was founded in Spain in 1924. It initially produced cinema cameras for Spanish consumers.
The company began to produce motorcycles after 1945, like many other motorcycle companies against the backdrop of post-war actions.
The American market served as a good springboard for the rise in popularity.
In 1960, the company was awarded a contract to supply motorcycles to the United States. There they made a splash.
Ossa motorcycles became so popular that they can still be seen on the roads of America today.
The company mainly produced road bikes, as well as models made for road - circuit motorcycle racing, trial and motocross. Copa 250, Explorer, Formula 3, Mountaineer, Pioneer, Six Day Replica are the most popular Ossa products.
With the development of motorcycle production in Japan, the Spanish company lost its position in the market and by 1980 filed for bankruptcy.
The Ossa range has been expanded with new TR280 and TR125 trial bikes.
For beginners, according to experts from Ossa, the TR125 is the best option. Most likely, this is one of the lightest bikes on the market and has not yet been refuted.
As for the TR280 model, it has undergone a significant reconstruction and the craftsmen have done this for the first time since the release of the motorbike on sale. So the weight is reduced to 64 kg, which contributes to better maneuverability.
For a trial, the lightest motorcycle in the world, the Ossa TR280i, is the best fit. After the revival of the Ossa, this particular model was the first to be put on the market.