WSK M06 to najdłużej produkowana rodzina polskich motocykli. Pierwszy powstał w 1953 r., ostatni wykonano w 1985 r

WSK M06 to najdłużej produkowana rodzina polskich motocykli. Pierwszy powstał w 1953 r., ostatni wykonano w 1985 r

Motocykl SHL

1965 (poland) Single Cylinder Two-Stroke Engine

Late 1930s. Polish soldiers driving a Sokół 1000 Motorcycle with sidecar equipped with a Ckm wz. 30 Heavy Machine Gun in an Anti-Aircraft mount.

[Photo] Polish troops on a Sokół 1000 motorcycle with a Ckm wz. 30 machine gun, 3 May 1938

Polish military motorcycle SOKÓŁ 1000 (FALCON 1000)

in old fashion. This is one of our beauttiest motorcycle in history of Poland

Sokół 1000 (or M 111) from 1937. The motorcycle was built from 1933 to 1939. It was fitted with two-cylinder, four-stroke SV twin engine. Engine displacement: 995,4cc, power output: 18 HP at 3000 rpm (maximum power output 20-22 HP at 4000 rpm). Weight: 270 kg, with a sidecar 375 kg. Standard working load was 280 kg. Top speed: 100 km/h. Three speed manual gearbox. Average fuel usage: 7 - 7,5 l per 100 km.

Sokół 1000 (or M 111) from 1937. The motorcycle was built from 1933 to 1939. It was fitted with two-cylinder, four-stroke SV twin engine. Engine displacement: 995,4cc, power output: 18 HP at 3000 rpm (maximum power output 20-22 HP at 4000 rpm). Weight: 270 kg, with a sidecar 375 kg. Standard working load was 280 kg. Top speed: 100 km/h. Three speed manual gearbox. Average fuel usage: 7 - 7,5 l per 100 km.

Krzysztof Meisner, "Osa M50", scooter, co-designers: Krzysztof Brun, Jerzy Jankowski and Tadeusz Mathia, produced by the Warsaw Motorcycle Factory, 1959, collections of the Motorization Museum, a branch of the Museum of Technology in Warsaw

Co-designers: Krzysztof Brun, Jerzy Jankowski and Tadeusz Mathia, produced by the Warsaw Motorcycle Factory, collections of the Motorization Museum, a branch of the Museum of Technology in Warsaw Photo: Michał Korta

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