Manufactured between 1902 and c.1910 by Christian Linser in Reichenberg, Bohemia.
Established in 1858, the company was one of the oldest metalwork factories in the Austro-Hungarian realm, and had its own foundry.
Their first 492cc single-cylinder motorcycles were marketed under the name Zeus, which they changed in 1906 to Linser after which they produced mainly 618cc V-twins. They then produced automotive parts for other manufacturers until being absorbed by L&K in 1913.
1. There was another Zeus marque in Germany in the 1920s. Zeus DE
2. Motorcycle production may have continued until 1912.
3. There was a similarly named German marque in the 1920s, Linsser.
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