Motorcycles Switzerland

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H & L Auto-Haus Ag Muntelier  
H & L Auto-Haus Ag Muntelier offers motorcycle accessories and motorcycle for sale.

AMI Scooters  
Former head of Jawa Jaroslav Frei designed a range of unusual scooters of 98cc and 123cc which were produced in Switzerland between 1950 and 1954. Germany also had an AMI OHV bicycle engine of 49cc made between 1921 and 1925.

Condor Motorcycles  
Approximately 3000 Ducati-engined Condor 350s were built between 1973 and 1978, and some 1500 of these were still in use by the Swiss army as late as 2001 when they were replaced, it is believed, with BMW F650 Rotax-engined singles. Earlier model Condors used French AMC engines and Swiss MAG powerplants, among others.

Perhaps the most famous of all the machines produced by Fritz Egli is the Egli Vincent, of which around 100 were produced between 1967 and 1972. These superb machines are now being manufactured again by Patrick Godet in France.

Motorbike scooter classified ads  
On motorbike/scooter classified ads are easy. If you are a private user or working for a motorcycle dealer the creation of an ad is very easy thanks to the use of the motorbike's homologation number. enables users to search for, buy or sell both used motorbikes and new motorbikes. The motorbike/scooter classified ads are free for private users and are very cheap for professionals.

Forster Motorcycles  
Tragatsch says these machines were built in Switzerland from 1921 to 1932. Designed by Karl Kirschbaum, they had two-stroke power plants of 140cc, 193cc and 246cc.

Kipp Co. Ltd.  
H.M. Kipp Company Ltd.; 447 Yonge, Toronto. This was actually a motorcycle dealer but this company made some radio models and the famous "Mercury Super Ten" (Mercury-Super 10) in mid 1920s.

MoKo Motorcycles  
Built by Moko Team AG, Ebicon, Switzerland from 1979 to 1986 (or later) powered by Yamaha XS twins, Ducati bevel twins, FJ1100 & GSX1300 fours, Honda CBR and even Harley-Davidson.

Moser Motorcycles  
In addition to building motorcycles of 125cc to 600cc capacity, Moser also supplied engines to a variety of other manufacturers including Dollar, FVL, Hercules (of Germany), Miller-Balsamo and Lecco. Their 123cc and 173cc ohv engines were quite popular in Italy and machines equipped with these won many races in the 1920s.


Motosacoche Motorcycles  
Henri and Armand Dufaux founded Motosachoche in Switzerland in 1899. Production of motorcycles began with small bicycle engines and soon advanced to the production of MAG-engined motorcycles of 250cc to 1000cc. Enormously successful in the interwar period, Motosacoche had factories in Switzerland, France and Italy, and supplied MAG engines to many other manufacturers including Brough Superior, Condor, Dresch, Imperia, Matchless, Morgan, Neander, New Hudson, Rex-Acme, Rovin and Monet Goyon.

Standard Motorcycles  
Tragatsch devotes almost half a page to this German-Swiss marque. Early models had 250 & 350 JAP engines, soon switching to MAG of 350cc up to 998cc. In 1930 they introduced 198cc & 248cc ohv singles of their own manufacture. Forks licenced from Brough were used from 1929, and during the late 1930s they built small cars and some two-stroke motorcycles. The factory was owned by Wilhelm Gutbrod, who also owned another Swiss factory, Zehnder. Although their machines were among the best available between the wars, in the post-war era, after the death of Gutbrod, their motorcycles did not fare well.

Universal Motorcycles  
Produced Helvetia motorcycles prior to making the Universal brand machines with JAP, Python, Anzani and Ilo engines, among others. They also used their own sidevalve engines of 676cc & 990cc in motorcycles made for the Swiss army. After WWII they produced a BMW-like flat twin of 578cc along with a shaft-driven 250cc single.

Toeff Center  
Toeff Center is the BMW Motorcycle dealer for the Basel (Switzerland) region. Here you can buy and rent BMW and Hondas. In the shop you will also find a good collection of motorcycle garment. The web page informs also about permanent speed traps in the Basel area.

Moto Mader  
At Moto Mader you can buy or rent BMW, Yamaha and KTM motorcycles. This company is one of the largest Motorcycle dealers in Switzerland and has also an immense collection of Motorcycle gear like technical accessories, helmets, garment, luggage and more.

BM Bikes  
BM Bikes offers BMW Motorcycle for sale.

Toura Tech  
Touratech builds perfect off-road rally motorcycles and manufactures a large selection of special parts to make your bike (and you) more robust for any adventure. They are also specialized in off and on-road navigation.

Wunderlich is one of the major BMW motorcycle specialists, well known for his special parts and accessoires.