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From the early 1920's until the beginning of WW2 DKW was the most prolific manufacturer of motorcycles in the world.

Although production of DKW motorcycles ceased in the mid sixties there are still many machines and parts available. 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 owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1937 DKW SS250

Engine Size: 250cc

First Produced: 1937

1937 DKW SS250

DKW used a revolutionary design of two stroke engine in this model. It was called the 'split single' where two pistons ran in separate cylinders but shared one combustion chamber.

1942 DKW NZ350

Engines: 348cc

First Produced: 1939

1942 DKW NZ350

Between 1939 and 1943 DKW simply produced its civilian NZ350 without making any changes to design or build, but in 1943 lack of aluminum led them to produce the NZ350-1 with cast iron pistons. This machine was used by the army mainly for dispatch riders.

1952 DKW RT 250

Engine Size: 244cc

First Produced: 1952

1952 DKW RT 250

By 1952 DKW was ready to introduce a 250 cc model, the 11 horsepower RT 250.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement: 244 cc
Power: 11 hp at 4,500 rpm
Top speed: 62 mph
Fuel consumption: 86 mpg
Series: 1952-1953
Production: 34,131 motorcycles

1954 DKW RT 125/2H

Engine: 123cc

First Produced: 1949

1954 DKW RT 125/2H

1-cylinder, 2-stroke, air-cooled.

Displacement: 123 cc.

Power: 6.4 hp at 5,600 rpm.

Maximum speed: 90 km/h.

Fuel consumption: 2.5 litres/100 km

1954-1957 Production: 22,350 motorcycles

1957 DKW RT 175VS

Engine: 174cc

First Produced: 1954

1957 DKW RT 175VS

As well as the RT 125, the DKW RT 175 was one of the company‘s most successful post-war motorcycles.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement: 174 cc
Power: 9.6 hp at 5,000 rpm
Maximum speed: 63 mph
Fuel consumption: 88 mpg
Series: 1956-1958
Production: 15,010 motorcycles

1965 DKW Hummel 155

Engine: 48cc

First Produced: 1956

1965 DKW Hummel 155

Two-stroke mopeds with a three-speed gearbox and conventional styling were first produced in 1956. A radically revised version of the Hummel was launched in 1961 and ran until 1965. There were two models. The 115, which produced 2hp at 4950rpm, and the 155 model, which pushed out up to 4.2hp at 6500rpm. This was good enough to propel the little bike to 45mph but it was never an open-road machine.

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