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Stricker Mopeds

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured by Paul Stricker of Brackwede, Bielefeld, who founded his bicycle firm in the early 1920s. The firm constructed powered bicycles from 1931 until the war, and then from 1945 to 1955 built lightweights and mopeds. The 1950 Volks-Moped had a 48cc Zundapp engine, and others were powered by Sachs. Most were sold by mail order, rather than through dealers, and their 1955 catalogue ran to some 50 pages of bicycles and parts, along with mopeds powered by Zundapp and Sachs. Bicycle construction continued until 1969.

The firm was also known as E & P Stricker.

Source: GTU Oldtimerservice, contemporary literature.

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