German motorcycle 1903-1942 by Walter G.m.b.H. in Mühlhausen & Thüringen
A Walter Model 5 from the early years of the 20th century, resides at Kamen Castle in the Czech Republic.
Jeane Herveu, one of the first women to race, rode a Walter with an OHV Buchet engine in the 1903 M.C.F. Concours in France. An example of this machine, possibly the same one, was part of the Guélon Collection.
A Walter sidecar was made in Germany - see the page on Sidecars
There is also a Czech Walter marque built 1901~1949. A post-WWII machine is in the collecton of the Solvang museum, California, a 250cc OHC road-racer with plunger suspension.
For more information see German Resources
Sun Dec 20 2009
Walter 1921 v-twin 750cc across the frame
mention on pages 57 and 105 on military motorcycle bug by David Ansell
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