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Maico is a German motorcycle company, which was inaugurated in 1926 by Ulrich Maisch as Maisch & Co. In the beginning, the company produced several lightweight motorcycles that normally consisted of 98 and 123 cc Ilo two-stroke engines. After World war 2, the company designed the first motorcycle that included a two-stroke engine, constructed by the company's engineers. The introductory motorcycle gained immense attention from all over the world and this caused the company to launch the "M" model in 1948 and model "125" a year later.
Many distinct models with fascinating features like the M 175 S, the M 175 T, the Passat 175, the M 200 S, and the M 200 T were introduced by the company in 1945. In 1953, "Fanal" was introduced in the market which was the first Maico's motorbike that comprised a four-speed gearbox. All of these models were successful in captivating the attention of consumers.
Maico was famous for manufacturing the finest quality of motocross and enduro machines. The motocross and enduro were acquired by the consumer in a large quantity and these motorcycles also won many European and American races and competitions. Riders like Adolf Weil, Åke Jonsson, and Willy Bauer fought against other riders with great enthusiasm, this concerned the Japanese companies significantly. Moreover, from 1972 to 1973, the Maico motorcycle was also able to win 125cc Grand Prix races three times.
Nonetheless, the company faced many financial issues in the year 1983 due to which the company limited its production activity and continued to design a small quantity of motocross and enduro. The launched motorcycles were recognized, as an "M-star" brand, by the USA residents. After three years, the company completely stopped the production activity. Soon, the Dutch company took over the Maico's assets, but the company never lost its fame and cult. Many individuals are still known to refurbish the Maico's vintage motorcycle either to display in some exhibition or to bring it back on the road track.
Supported VIN CHECK FOR MAICO Models
|MAICO||ENDURO||2003 - 2007||1|
|MAICO||SUPERMOTO||2001 - 2014||4|
|MAICO||Taifun||1953 - 1958||1|
|MAICO||320 Enduro||1989 - 2003||1|
|MAICO||M 125||1948 - 1951||1|
|MAICO||500 Cross||2002 - 2003||1|
|MAICO||Maicomobil||1951 - 1953||1|
|MAICO||GS 250||1964 - 1979||1|
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