Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for SWM Motorcycles.
The SWM motorcycle brand - Speedy Working Motors - was founded in Milan in 1971 by two motocross athletes.
The starting lineup included 50, 100 and 125 cc motocross motorcycles powered by Sachs.
They performed well in off-road competition, winning gold in the Italian Motocross Championship and bronze in the European Enduro Championship.
Motorcycle production continued until 1984, but was then frozen due to financial difficulties.
30 years later, in 2014, SWM resumed its activities thanks to investments from the Chinese company Shineray Group, which is a large manufacturer of a wide variety of equipment and is widely known in China.
SWM's CTO is now Apelio Macci, who previously held a similar position at Cagiva, Aprilia and Husqvarna.
It was under his leadership that Husqvarna won 51 world titles in off-road competition. Most of the current SWM team also came from Husqvarna.
And the SWM motorcycles themselves are produced in northern Italy at the former and already purchased by SWM plant of the Swedish brand, which was vacated after the purchase of the latter by the KTM concern in 2014.
Two models that are almost unique today are true lightweight touring enduros: Superdual X (more off-road) and Superdual T (more road) with a 600 cc single-cylinder engine and appropriate body kit, wheels and settings.
Three models make up the classic line - these are scramblers of varying degrees of aggressiveness, made in the style of the 1960s, equipped with a 440 cc and named with memorable names: Ace Of Spades, Gran Milano Outlaw and Six Days.