Tag Archives: Zarnesti

Mobra Hoinar

mobra hoinarMobra Hoinar is a motorcycle presented at TIB 1983, but produced only starting 1987. It has been designed by the Doru Opinca and Ioan Cioara engineers. Mobra Hoinar is the fifth member of the Mobra family, after the Mobra 50, Mobra 50 Super, Mobra Mini and Mobra Turist. The motorcycle has a 50 cmc, two-stroke, single cylinder engine which develops 5 horse power at 8200 rpm. Mobra can reach a maximum speed of 74 km/h, and has a fuel consumption of 3 l / 100 km. Hoinar weighs  83.5 kg and has a maximum load of 150 kg.


Semi-official Mobra website.


AUTOTURISM magazine 4/1984

AUTOTURISM magazine 5/1987

AUTOTURISM magazine 7/1987

mobra hoinar driver

Mobra Mini

mobra miniMobra Mini is a romanian moped made at the Zarnesti – “6th March” factory. The production of this moped started in the spring of 1977. Mobra Mini has a 49 cmc, two-stroke, single cylinder, air cooled engine that develops 2 HP at 5200 rpm. The moped weighs 45 kg, and has a maximum load of 130 kg. Mobra Mini can reach a maximum 40 km/h at a fuel consumption of 1.8 l / 100 km.


Semi-official Mobra website.


AUTOTURISM magazine 6/1977

Mobra 50

motocicleta mobra 50With the production at the Zarnesti – “6th March” factory starting in spring of 1970, Mobra 50 is the successor of Carpati and Carpati Super motorcycles. Mobra 50 has a 50 cmc, two-stroke , single cylinder engine that develops 4 HP at 7000 rpm. The motorcycle weighs 80 kg, and has a maximum load of 150 kg. The 12 litres fuel tank gives an autonomy of 500 km. Average consumption is 2.5 l / 100 km. Maximum speed of Mobra motorcycle is 70 km/h. The modified competition Mobra 50 can reach up to 115 km/h.

The production of Mobra motorcycles haulted in 1994 and in 2001 the factory was reorganised as a military production unit. Even in 2004, at the Tohan factory were produced 1500 Pegas bicycles.


Semi-official Mobra website.



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