Sunday, October 15, 2006

1927 Czechoslovakian Bohmerland

Made in Czechoslovakia.
"Albin Liebisch designed these very unconventional machines, most of which all shared the same 598cc ohv Liebisch engine. With such unusual features as cast alloy wheels and, on some models, three seats and two fuel tanks, the marque features strongly in the history of motorcycling."

My brother rode a Jawa single, so I have a soft spot for Czech motorbikes. But that's not the reason this bike caught my attention: At a quick glance I thought it was a modern design concept. A utilitarian design similar to the Honda Ruckus:

Thanks Funtime via Make

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