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Adler first started making motorcycles in the early 1900's, but production soon ceased & they did not introduce another model until 1949. These were two stroke machines, lightweight & very well made. Because of a depression in motorcycle sales in the late 50's Adler were taken over by Grundig & soon after production stopped.

Although Adler motorcycles are quite rare these days it is worth looking for machines & spare parts available through Ebay in the countries listed below, you never know what luck you might have!!. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several Adler owners clubs worldwide for help & advice.

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1949 Adler M100

Engine Size: 98cc

First Produced: 1949

1949 Adler M 100

Air cooled two stroke engine with a 3 speed gearbox. Top speed was around 70kmh / 43mph. Continued until 1957 with a total of 35,000 units having been built.

1952 Adler M125

Engine Size: 123cc

First Produced: 1952

1952 Adler MB 125

With its single cylinder two stroke 6.8hp engine this was a popular model with production continuing until 1956.

1951 Adler MB200

Engine Size: 195cc

First Produced: 1951

Adler MB 200

The engine was two stroke parallel twin coupled to a 4 speed gearbox producing 11.4hp at 5450rpm. It came with a single seat as standard, but a dual seat was offered as an option.

In 1952 the MB250 was introduced, this was similar in all respects except for the engine capacity which was increased to 247cc with power output up to 16hp.

1952 Adler M125

Engine Size: 123cc

First Produced: 1952

1952 Adler MB 125

With its single cylinder two stroke 6.8hp engine this was a popular model with production continuing until 1956.

1953 Adler M150

Engine Size: 147cc

First Produced: 1953

Adler MB150

Introduced in 1953 this model had a single cylinder two stroke engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox giving it a top speed of approx 95kmh / 59mph. With only 2500 units being produced through 1953 to 54, production stopped in 1954.

1955 Adler MB250S

Engine Size: 247cc

First Produced: 1953

1955 Alder MB 250S

This model was manufactured mainly for the American market & still retained the same 247cc twin two stroke engine, but with power output increased to 18hp giving it a top speed of 125kmh / 77mph. This was to lead to the 250RS model which was used primarily for racing & enjoyed a lot of success.

1955 Adler MB250RS

Engine Size: 247cc

First Produced: 1953

Adler MB 250 RS

Developed for racing enthusiasts this machine had a highly tuned 247cc engine with twin carburetors & would reach speeds of up to 105mph.

1957 Adler ISDT

Engine Size: 247cc

First Produced: 1957

Adler ISDT Motorcycle

This is basically the same as the M250S, the main difference being the greater upsweep of the exhaust system.

1957 Adler Favorit

Engine Size: 247cc

First Produced: 1956

Adler Favorit

Designed as a replacement for the MB250. It had a two cylinder two stroke inline engine with 4 speed foot operated gears. Top speed was around 116kmh / 72mph. There was also a Sprinter model with slightly more power taking the top speed up to 79mph. Production of this model ceased in 1960.

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