Adler Classic Bikes
Germany's Adler built
motorcycles for a short time from 1902, then concentrated
on cars and bicycles before making a comeback in 1949.
The firm's most popular model was the M250, a twin-cylinder
two-stroke roadster released in 1953. Adlers were
ridden successfully in road races and enduros, but
sales declined. Finally in 1958, the firm was taken
over by the Grundig Corporation, who abandoned bikes
to concentrate on producing typewriters.
||1953 Adler M200
||These bikes are twin cylinder two-strokes
and I am told by Adler aficionados that
this is a very early model and therefor
quite rare. Swedish import.
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