In 1958 the company moved from Nuremberg to Munich. Subsequently, the company developed several new smaller models, discontinued the development of four-stroke engines and only produced two-stroke models. Zündapp experienced enormous success in off road motorsports winning 1000s of Gold-Silver and Bronze medals, many Championships. An American rider Dave Ekins won an overall victory at the 1967 Greenhorn Enduro aboard a 100cc Zündapp, defeating competitors on much larger motorcycles. Belgian rider André Malherbe rode a Zündapp to win the 125cc European motocross championships in 1973 and again in 1974. Initially, Zündapp scooters and mopeds sold well, but later sales declined and in 1984 the company went bankrupt and closed.
Operation & Maintenance booklet and some spare gaskets go with this very pretty quality bike.
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Felber sidecar in very good condition for sale. Sidecar is complete with windscreen and roof. Sidecar have original painting under black colour. All parts are in very good condition. Ready to use!
1957 Zundapp 201S 200cc. This is a very original bike with matching engine and frame numbers and all original metal work. In excellent condition and looks to have been restored at some point in its.....