Jet motorcycle Weltmeister 1930sJuly 9, 2019
On the Web, there were photos of a bike that could really exist in those years in Germany. This writes the edition Bikepost.
In North America and France, jet bikes were developed in the 40s and even tried to produce serial versions. However, it did not burn out and commercial success passed by. In Germany, they also dealt with this issue, but there is no reliable facts about it.
It is only known that Fritz von Opel had some success in developing such a motorcycle in the late 1920s. And now we can observe the Weltmeister caste, an exemplary example of what a bike could look like in Germany in the 1930s.
The motorcycle has a frame DKW E200 and engines Twin Angus Valve Pulsejets. Its maximum speed is about 120-150 km / h, and the statistical torque of up to 550 Nm. There is also a fuel adjustment from two to six atmospheres.
Recall that the company MV Agusta plans to release the available versions of the bikes of the gold series – Superveloce and Brutale 1000. The design and key components will remain the same, but the functions will be less.
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