Paioli is an Italian motorcycle parts manufacturer. Its products include front- and rear-end suspension units, and small components such as petrol taps.
The company began in 1911. Initially supplying the Italian motorcycle industry (Moto Morini, Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Cagiva, Laverda), it became international in the 1980s supplying Triumph Motorcycles at both Meriden and later Les Harris guise. Harris used Paioli front and rear suspension units for both his Triumph Bonneville T140s and Matchless G80 motorcycle models.
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