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Wanderer motorcycle 2 hp, 1914

Motorcycle production at Wanderer commenced in 1902 and was the logical expansion of the company’s bicycle range. As well as the one-cylinder models, a model with two cylinders in a V-type configuration was introduced from 1910. This two-version model-range was continued up until the end of the 1920s. Spring 1914 saw the appearance of the 2hp model with a modern side valve enginge and a capacity of 251 cc. This bike thus pioneered the practice of dividing motorcycles into 250 cc and 500 cc models which later became the norm in motorcycle construction.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement: 251 cc
Power: 3 hp (brake horsepower)
Maximum speed: 38 mph
Consumption: 78 mpg
Price: 810 marks
Series: 1914-1919

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