German Motorcycles

Hildebrand & Wolfmuller Motorrad

A Brief History of the Marque

The Hildebrand brothers formed a partnership with Alois Wolfmuller, producing their first machines in 1894 with a water-cooled twin cylinder fourstroke engine of 1488cc. Drive was by connecting rods to the rear wheel. Built in Germany and France from 1894 to 1897, these were the world's first production motorcycles. Examples of the "Motorad" exist in the Deutsches Zweirad-Museum, Germany, the Science Museum in London and the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, Michigan.

Max Turkheimer of Italy had been importing Hildebrand & Wolfmuller motorcycles since 1894.

Tue Sep 28 2010
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Allen Motorcycle Museum
Allen Motorcycle Museum
Private museum in Boston, MA, with many highly collectable vintage motorcycles for sale.