Oldtimer picture gallery. Motorcycles. Bücker. (only pre-1945 here)
1922-1958, Fahrzeugbau Franz Bücker, Oberursel/Taunus, Germany.
Bücker Columbus 200 OHV, 1933-1935, 36k old b/w photo
Photos are from:
Bücker Columbus 200 OHV, 1935, 84k photo
Bücker JAP 200 OHV, 1930, 93k photo
Bücker JAP 250 POR racing, 1936, 91k photo, engine is from 1936 PO Supersport
Bücker Columbus 600 SV, 1936, 72k photo
Bruno Schmück, "Bücker Freunde" register, D 63165 Mühlheim Main Am Wingertsweg 2c (Germany). These are Bückers of Bruno.
Indeed this page in my gallery appeared only thanks to his help.
Black & white old photo is from family album of Martin Schenker (Germany). Visit his site: My old motorcycles
This is brief Bücker history written by Bruno Schmück:
Bücker was one of the best German manufacterers,always using engines from good suppliers.The frames were manufactered in his own factory with high quality. The wheels, electric equipment and gearboxes were also supplier parts.
From 1922 to 1927 - Manufactering of frames and using of engines as: Grade, Bekamo, Villiers, Blackburne, Columbus, 100....350 ccm
From 1928 to 1933: Columbus, MAG and JAP. 200, 350, 500, 600, 750, 1000 ccm racing!
From 1933 to 1939: Columbus, 200, 350, 500, 600 ccm. Sachs 98 ccm & ILO 118 ccm.
From 1948 to 1958: Only ILO 2 stroke, 125, 175, 200, 250 ccm twin.
Total No. produced: appr. 10000.
Racing experience since 1922 with Villiers 175 ccm, Columbus 500 sidecar and from 1931 especially with the JAP POR 250 ccm racing, and winner of the German mastership 1949!
There are still appr. 100 machines existing from 1922 to 1958.
A register is made with frame & engine numbers for identification.
Bruno Schmück, "Bücker Freunde" register, D 63165 Mühlheim Main Am Wingertsweg 2c (Germany).
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Last updated 26 X 2001.