Gran Milano 2015
RS 300R 2015
RS 500R 2015
RS 650R 2015
Silver Vase 440 2015
SM 500R 2015
SM 650R 2015
Superdual X 2018

In the early Seventies, when Endurance races started to dominate, the Italian 4-stroke bikes started to struggle competing against the more powerful foreign 2-strokes. To face this dilemma, two riders and friends with the same passion for off-road decided to build their own motorcycle and established SWM, Speedy Working Motors.

In the Rivolta d’Adda headquarters three models were created with 50, 100, and 125 cc Sachs engines that during their racing debut conquered prestigious spots, impressing the audience with their technical features like the rectangular sectioned fork, absolute new in those days.

Since the first appearance, SWM stood out for their competitiveness that allowed it prestigious successes in off-road competitions that lasted for over a decade. The international debut was in Spain in 1971, during a race of the European Championship in which Pierluigi Rottigni finished second in the 125 class and Giuseppe Signorelli finished third in the 100 class.

That was the start of many titles including the Italian Motocross 125 title won the following year by the Italian rider Afro Rustignoli and the bronze medal conquered in the European 125 Endurance class by Rottigni. These victories made the Italian Company shoot ahead. More victories in the SWM were the Six Days Silver Vase, the European Endurance and Kart titles, a Trial world title, and several Trial and Motocross national titles, with a sixth place in Motocross 250 class in 1981.

Reborn, SWM Motorcycles is a new motorcycle Company inspired by the past, originated from the passion and the technical and industrial competence of Ampelio Macchi and Daxing Gong. Ampelio Macchi, creator of the history of prestigious Italian brands as Cagiva, Husqvarna and Aprilia where he was the technical manager and obtained 51 World titles, 46 with Husqvarna and 5 with Aprilia; Daxing Gong, successful Chinese businessman leader of the majestic Shineray Group that operates in two wheels and four wheels vehicles, industrial products for agriculture and electricity generators.

The state-of-the-art SWM facility is located in Lombardia, Italy and boasts 27,500 square-yards and 60 employees. Distribution of SWM bikes is initially set for European countries to befollowed by Australia, New Zealand, China, Israel and Lebanon. Approvals for selling in North and South America in 2016 are under way, with other countries in their closing stage.