German Motorrad

RWN Three-wheelers

Manufactured by Rudolf Weide of Nordhausen 1927-1930.

Three-wheeler with engines of 200cc to 500cc from Küchen, JAP and Schliha. The front wheel and forks were motorcycle-style, controlled by a steering wheel. On some models, the driver and passenger sat on a bench seat located directly above the rear axle - others had a motorcycle-style front end and an automotive steering wheel, with the goods compartment at the rear. Production was limited, and it is thought that they produced perhaps 80 vehicles.

Sources:, Automobilia 85-45, et al.

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