Blessing Cyclemotors

A Brief History of the Marque

1898-1900 Blessing engines and motor vehicles, Göppingen
The Blessing motors and motor vehicle factory in Göppingen and Augsburg presented to their 1898 Type A bicycle auxiliary engine with 0.25 hp before, around 1900 a Type B followed with 0.50 hp. The small auxiliary engine was in a series of developments that have been derived from the French Werner engine. In addition to the auxiliary engines Werner Blessing, Wartburg brought (license Werner) and the German Progress and Cyclone works just before the turn of the century their versions on the market. (Que?)

Sources:  GTU Oldtimerservice

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