We have completed 2019 with the great restoration of the Victoria KR20 EN Lux motorcycle manufactured in 1939. This model is produced with a two-stroke 200 cc engine, 3 manual speeds, a Graetzin carburetor and a Noris ignition.
The Honda CB50 Cafe Racer is a project in which we put a lot of work for making some wooden elements of 105 year old timber beam. We used the wingers lights and buttons from Motogadget and made the exhaust system and footpegs of stainless steel.
Introducing one of our handmade electric bikes. We used an English retro bicycle frame that we redesigned and installed an electric motor. We installed a three-phase 500-watt engine and a large enough battery to drive 100 km at a top speed of 35 km / h.
The transformation of this project began with unmounting the unnecessary parts as well as changing the old 320mm shock absorbers with new and higher ones - RFY 400 mm. We cut the back part of the frame, bending in into new shape for the comfortable seat.
One more of our restorations is on display. We gave life to this classic motorcycle MZ RT 125/2 from 1956. When a this unique motorcycle came out of our workshop in 2019 years, we realized that when it's out from the MZ factory in 1956, it was a real perfection for those years.
Here you can see the restored Wanderer SP1 manufactured in 1939. The motorcycle is 98cc, 2,25ps, with two gears and move perfect for its years. We made a complete restoration and saved many of the original details.
This is a special, handmade GRIFFON-PARIS motorcycle.The engine was stationary and produced around 1930. We processed it to become suitable for a motorcycle. The engine is produced by the Hungarian scientist Csonka János.
This motorcycle Rex Werk Munchen type: 50.1 is 50cc since 1954. From a machine in bad condition it has become a real jewel after our restoration. The engine has been repaired and, after replacing some parts, is in
Another of our restorations of a rare Frischauf 1936 motorcycle. The SACHS 98cc engine was restored and returned to excellent condition. Every detail was restored, the missing ones were made, and the paint was made in original form.
In the processing of this motorcycle, the rear suspension, new fender, tank processing, mounting of a wider rear tire and many other details such as: steering, step, stop, etc. have been changed. This Hyosung 650 has a whole new look.
This is entirely handmade bicycle-motorcycle Sachs "Phantom" 1913 with Fichtel & Sachs engine, 120cc, 2,5 horsepower. It is driven by a leather lanyard and it has tires 26x2.35. The bicycle-motorcycle has a carbid lampe "Nirona". The brakes are based on lever systems.