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Construction morsels of the Adler MB250

The twin cylinder Adler MB250 really is a tasty constructive morsel in the international motorcycle construction area, a machine out of one casting.

The Adlerwerke organisation in Frankfurt am Main went their own way in the design and construction of this modern motorcycle.  They chose an air cooled two stroke motor which excels through its smoothness, impressive acceleration and not least through the high performance and absolute straight-line motorway strengths.  As a short stroke motor this engine is extraordinarily durable at low piston speeds.

What is  especially noticeable is the closed construction which makes it easy to clean. The carburettor is enclosed and gets its air from an antechamber which dampens the intake noise.  The antechamber is at the back of the mudguard.

Every impassioned motorcyclist will be pleased by the practical lockable toolbox which is at the same time a comfortable and convenient tooltray and also allows easy access to the peephole for the chain.

Noticable also is the enclosed central spring for the swing saddle and the equally beautiful and comfortable form of the large tank.

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