A Brief History of the Marque
Cumberlandstr. 49, Vienna
Sold in Austria 1927-1929, Germany 1930
According to Tragatsch, York motorcycles were made by Omega in England built to a design by Robert Sturm, who left Vienna in 1929 and continued production in Germany. The machines were produced with SV JAP singles of 346cc and 490cc and 764cc JAP V-twins. OHV engines were available on request. Prior to 1927, Sturm imported Omega motorcycles to Austria.
In 1923 Sturm was involved with the Golo marque.
York Type B 500cc JAP
York Type C 350cc JAP
N.B. German automobile maker York Motoren AG of Plauen (1920s) appears unrelated.
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