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MAICO Brand History
Maico is a motorcycle manufacturer from Germany, founded in 1926. Although before World War II the company built multiple light bikes, Maico introduced their first bike equipped with a Maico engine just after the end of the war. This model recorded an impressive success and determined the company to release the M model in 1948 and the 125 a year later.
Maico unveiled the Fanal in 1953, the first Maico bike equipped with a four-speed gearbox. However, during the same year, the company came out with one more motorcycle, the M200.
Beside these two models, the company has also released multiple notable motorcycles, such as the M 175 S, the M 175 T, the Passat 175, the M 200 S, the M 200 T (all of them released in 1945), and the Blizzard (1955).
Maico started experiencing lots of problems and it went out of business in 1983. However, the company wanted to concentrate more on races and in the 70's competitions, its pilots Adolf Weil, Ake Jonnson and Wil... continue reading MAICO history →
Latest News about MAICO
Maico International seems to really mean business, as the company has just revealed details of a new 125 motocross bike model scheduled for market debut in 2012. Details are still sketchy at this point, but the new 125 machine promises to be a true challenger in its class. “Back in the seventies the ill-fate... Continue Reading →
England-based manufacturer Maico International revealed recently hat design plans and development are already underway for a British, handmade road-going street fighter motorcycle, while fastly approaching the release of the 2011 Maico M.M.X. off-road models. The new line of bikes designed for street use is repor... Continue Reading →