A Brief History of the Marque
Built by Alexander Falkenhausen of Munich, 1925-1928
Motorcycle racer and BMW technician Alexander Falkenhausen built racing machines powered by 175cc and 350cc Villiers two-stroke engines.
A BMW press release in 2007 reads: "As a racing competitor, designer and test driver, Baron Alexander von Falkenhausen had a greater influence on the history of BMW than almost any other man."
Sources: bmwgroup.com, GTU Oldtimerservice, Tragatsch
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