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In 1887 in the small agricultural town, halfway between Milan Crema, Italy, into a peasant family had a child named Giuseppe Gilera. As a boy, he decided that work in the field was not for him. He loved technology and eager to plant. Due to this enthusiasm, he managed to age 15 get an apprenticeship at a small factory. Subsequently, he replenished his experience working in all three major motorcycle companies of the time: "Moto-Revel Italy", "Bianca" and "Bucher-Zenda." Although Giuseppe was a mechanic and he loved the speed and soon declared himself as a racer. He modernized the old and create new motorcycles. The transition from the "tuning" to "create" was molnienosen, and already in 1909, when he was only 22 years old, founded in Milan by Giuseppe own company Moto Gilera.