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O.G.E. Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

Built in Leipzig-Gohlis, 1921-1924

The O.G.E. motorcycle had an air-cooled two-stroke engine mounted above the front wheel, which was driven by chain. The fuel tank was mounted in front of the handlebars, above the engine.

Early advertising used the name Bachmann & Giebel Motorfabrik of Leipzig-Vo., and later it was listed as Motorfahrzeug & Maschinenbau GmbH, Leipzig-Gohlis.

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