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A Brief History of the Marque
Motorrad - Konstruktion
Founders: Hilti, Strahm and Scheidegger.
Built by Moko Team AG, Ebicon (near Lucerne), Switzerland from 1979 to 1986 (or later) powered by Yamaha XS twins, Ducati bevel twins, FJ1100 & GSX1300 fours, Honda CBR and even Harley-Davidson.

Some of these machines had engines bored to 1023cc which produced a claimed 98bhp.
There is a Team Moko website at www.moko.de

markwhiteperth at gmail.com
Stumbled across your website and remembered these old pics from a holiday in Switzerland, 1987. Yours to enjoy :)
Near as I can tell (records are a bit sketchy) it was in photographed in Brig on 12 April 1987. Still a great looking bike though and a complete twist on the old Harley engine!

Wed Jun 03 2009
w.krentz at freenet.de
Selling Streetfighter MOKO Suzuki 1100 GSX-R
Selling my MOKO/1100GSXR
6500,- €
phonenumber +49 1721001041
near Cologne

Tue Sep 11 2007
alex.solo at gmx.de

Moko Suzuki

Fri Jan 26 2007
nidelc at gmail dot com
MoKo Bikes Switzerland

we have a nice MoKo forum in switzerland. we can do a little portrait on your site with some nice pictures. 

have a nice day

some additional information and pictures.

It is already one while ago that this Bikes in Switzerland, by Moto Strahm in Madiswil, was built. Under the name MoKo in the time from 1979 to 1986 the chassis as well as whole motorcycles in swiss precision and high quality standard were manufactured. everything was possible.

many different engines were blocked as for example kawasaki z, suzuki katana, ducati 900 SS, yamaha FJ, honda cb and harley-davidson. all of this engines were modified some of this bikes had engines bored to 1300cc.

Engine: Air cooled sohc 360 degrees parallel twin 
Dimension: 86 X 88 
Capacity: 1023 cc 
Output: 98 Bhp at 8000 rpm 
Gearbox: five-speed 
Wheelbase: 1450 mm 
Chassis: tabular-steel spine frame with open craddle 
Weight (dry): 160Kg with oil/no fuel 
Top speed: 140 Mph 
Year of manufacture: 1985 
Constructor: Moko Team AG, Ebicon, Switzerland 

from http://users.skynet.be/fgeers/OtherMotorcycles/Pages/moko.html

Author: Alan Cathcart
Longmeadow Press, Stamford, Connecticut, 
240 pages, 11.25" x 8.75" Hardback
Contains an article on a Moko XS650/XS1000

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