German Motorcycles

Bayerland Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

1924-1930 Engineer Anton Bayerlein, Munich

The Bayerland by Anton Bayerlein was equipped mainly with English-built JAP engines of 250 and 500 cc engine capacity classes. The models were well designed and had produced some racing versions alongside the series production. Especially controlled by Sepp Giggenbach 990 cc V-twin-cylinder JAP engine in 1927 and the Grand Prix at the Nürburgring sensation. Three years later came the end for the Bayerland models.

SourcesGTU Oldtimerservice, Henshaw

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