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A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured: 1935-1984 ¹

Bielefeld company founded in 1921 by August Rixe and Robert Meyer. Meyer left the company early in the piece.

A bicycle manufacturer, between 1921 and 1949 they produced 1.4 million bicycles.

Motorcycle production began in 1935 with the manufacture of small motorized bicycles and light motor cycles. The Fichtel & Sachs Saxonette engine was employed in three different types, including one with the 'Kreuzrahmen' (the cross-frame of Presto fame).

The factory was extensively damaged during WWII.

Postwar production commenced in 1948, and 144 motor cycles left the factory. During the 50s, they used a variety of frame designs, some single tube and some others dual tubes. The suspension systems ranged from pre-war styles to more modern telescopic front forks and Jurisch rear suspension. These used Fichtel & Sachs and Ilo engines with to 3 or 4-speed transmissions.

Models include:


1950 KPS/KTS-12 with twin-carburetor Ilo sport engine
1953 175 Fichtel & Sachs
1955 RS Senator 250cc JLO twin, swing-arm suspension.
Rixe RS 100 of 1959
1958 Mopeds only, due to the crisis in the industry.
Rixe 80 with liquid cooling, dual disc brakes, full instrumentation

Between 1960 and the end in 1984 the company marketed some 33 different models, mopeds and light motorcycles of 50cc to 80cc. These included the RS-50 with a chrome tank and the Rixe Mokick RS-50 B. Their last model was Rixe RS 80.

Production ended in 1984 (or '85), and the tooling and blueprints were sold to China.

Sources: JF, ig-jlo-twin.eu

Notes


1. Commencement date may have been 1934
The Rixe marque reappeared in the 1990s as a bicycle brand.


Sat May 06 2017
barrycohen at barrycohenlaw.com
Rixe parts needed
Rixe 1967 pedal moped
I'm looking for parts for a 1967 Rixe pedal start moped
wisconsin



Mon Aug 08 2016
dosverk at simnet.is
Rixe

Need some infos about this bike
Reykjavik





Sun Jun 08 2014
stretkas at gmail.com
Rixe moped

hello, any information about this moped. I guess that in 1939 years, if you can help me about purchasing of parts and how I could find out some more information about this moped. thanks in advance
Bjelovar


Fri Mar 14 2008
walter-dingeman at hotmaildot com
rixe color schem
Rixe rs80
Ls,
I'am looking for the color scheme for my mokick it is silver I need to repaint it.
Thanks in advance
Walter
amsterdam


Thu Oct 05 2006
sselld0g at yahoodot com
Parts, manuals, pictures,
Rixe 1952 7079.652
I know nothing about this bike I bought it as it was fairly compleat and I love old bikes. Any information you can give me as to the availability of parts manuals and the like would be helpfull and greatly appreciated.
Thanks 
Peter Quintin
MA.
.................
Thank you for your response. attached are pictures of the Rixe as well as a picture of a 1953 Zundapp that I bought at the same time both are in about the same condition and I am would like to restore them both to running condition or better. Museum quality is not necessarily a goal.
Peter


Sat Sep 30 2006
timo.ahola1 at elisanet.fi
Rixe moped 1958
Rixe -Modell III "Export de Luxe-Super2 1958
I`ve Rixe moped 1958 and I looking for cover of chain and toolbox which is under the saddle. If you have pictures or these parts, please contact me.
Finland, Kuusankoski
 


Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005
subject: Rixe Moped with Sachs engine
Email: tim at theprestigegroupdot com
message: My father in Ireland has just bought a 1940s Rixe Moped to restore it. It has a Sachs engine. Does anyone know where to get parts for the engine and the bike?

At 04:01 PM 29/03/2005 +0100, you wrote:
I've attached some pics of my Dad's Rixe bike and also the Sachs engine as well as one of the condenser unit which I think he is looking to replace.
Any advice you can give me into getting spare parts would be much appreciated.
Thanks, Tim 
 


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