Maico Classic Motorcycles

Year
Bike
Picture
Description
0
Maicomobil Scooter
Maicomobil Scooter
1950
1950s maico letta scooter
maico letta scooter 1950
1952
1952 maico mobil ms 175
maico mobil ms 175 1952
1953
1953 Maico Typhoon
1953 Maico Typhoon
1955
1955 maico m250 s
maico m250 s 1955
1955
Maico Sport 250
1955 Maico Sport 250
1956
1956 maico maicoletta 250
maico maicoletta 250 1956
the post war motorscooter was developed to provide cheap transport for individuals in a europe recovering from the effects of world war two. as countries recovered and their populations became more prosperous individuals sought more than just transport, greater affluence broadened individuals horizons. vespa, the trend setter in scooter design addressed this market with machines such as the high performance 150 gs, other manufacturers, notably the germans and british developed large capacity machines, displacing up to 300cc capable of carrying two people and luggage for long distances at high averages.
1957
1957 maico
maico 1957
the maicoletta is known as the rolls royce of scooters. it is german and built by maico using a modified crosser engine.
1957
Maico Maicoletta 277 Scooter
Maico Maicoletta 277 Scooter
Thanks to http://thecreeper.net/maicoletta/ for permission to use this image.
1960
1960 maico 250 b
maico 250 b 1960
1966
1966 maico mx
maico mx 1966
1966
1966 maicoletta 250cc
maicoletta 250cc 1966
1969
1969 maico mx 360
maico mx 360 1969
1971
1971 maico 501
maico 501 1971
1972
1972 maico radial, 400cc
maico radial, 400cc 1972
1973
1973 gp maico radial, 400cc
gp maico radial, 400cc 1973
1973
1973 maico 400
maico 400 1973
1973
1973 maico 400
maico 400 1973
1973
1973 maico 501cc twin carb
maico 501cc twin carb 1973
1973
1973 maico radial, 440cc
maico radial, 440cc 1973
1973
1973/74 seel maico 125cc
74 seel maico 125cc 1973
this intriguing and unique machine was built during 1973 by horst seel and gert bender for the 1974 grand prix season for use by horst seel. at the heart of this machine is an engine that is one of a very small batch built by the factory to a design that was different to the ôstandardö maico racers of the period. the crankcases are sand cast items with separate oil compartments for the six speed gearbox and primary drive. a dry clutch is employed as are special crankshaft flywheels. horst seel designed and built special sand cast cylinders with nickasil bores increasing the power produced and special sand cast heads were fitted. it is understood that two or three other machines were built by seel and bender but they are known not to have been fitted with the highly developed and specialised engine found in this example making this machine unique. image provide
1973
Maico 400 Motocross
Maico 400 Motocross
This bike was ridden in the 500cc Expert Class at Irwindale and Ascot Park in 1973 by Kelly Owen.
1974
1/2 Maico 400 GP
1/2 Maico 400 GP
1974
1974 maico radial 440 gp
maico radial 440 gp 1974
1975
1975 maico 501cc
maico 501cc 1975
1976
1976 maico radial, 250cc
maico radial, 250cc 1976
1977
1977 maico aw 125cc
maico aw 125cc 1977
1977
1977 maico aw 440
maico aw 440 1977
1978
1978 maico 440
maico 440 1978
1978
1978 maico magum, 400cc
maico magum, 400cc 1978
1978
1978 maico mc250
maico mc250 1978
1979
1979 maico 440 gs enduro
maico 440 gs enduro 1979
1979
1979 maico magnum 125
maico magnum 125 1979
1980
1980 maico 400
maico 400 1980
1981
1981 maico 490
maico 490 1981
1981
1981 maico 490
maico 490 1981
1981
Maico 490
Maico 490
1982
1982 maico alpha 1 250
maico alpha 1 250 1982
powder coated frame, wisco piston, new conrod, new bearings, new seals, 1st and 2nd new gears, new shift plate, new hooked rachet, new kick start shaft, new reeds, new maico racing power pipe exhaust and new plastics.
1984
1984 maico 500 sc
maico 500 sc 1984
1985
1985 maico 250 gme
maico 250 gme 1985