In most markets, the Nuovo Saturno was powered by a liquid-cooled, 491cc version of the company’s four-valve, dual-overhead cam single, and a smaller 350cc variant was available in Japan. In The Bialbero designation helps to differentiate the bike from the earlier Saturno and refers to the number of camshafts: two. That engine put out a seemingly unimpressive 44hp, but the complete trellis-framed machine weighted in at a claimed 302lbs dry. That’s 250cc two-stroke territory, with the same claimed peak output and a much broader powerband. Suspension was simple but modern, with 17” Marvic wheels front and rear and a set of Brembo brakes. This low mileage example presents in stunning original condition.