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Swedish version

Bjorkenas museum

Anders Arnesson museum owner. Ref 1
Anders Arnesson museum owner. Ref 1Historical tools found on Arnesson's farm. Ref. 1
Historical tools found on Arnesson's farm. Ref. 1


Official website


Entrance to Bjorkenas museum. Ref 1
 Entrance to Bjorkenas museum. Ref 1

Between Vireda and Örserum is a moped and Motorcycle mueum situated. This is not a small hobby museum and instead a serious collection of nostalgi moped and mc:s. Everything close to Gränna city close to lake Vättern.

Or what do say about 250 mopeds, 50 motorcycles, 60 old cycles and a collection of boat engines.

But thare are too few paying visitors and the question is how long this collection will be left. There is no private museum that have good economi.

53-year old Anders Arnesson change his cows for mostalgi machines like mopeds and mc:s. This he got a farmers working desease in his legs and could not continue as a farmer.

For six years he collected the machines on stand and for four years ha have had the museum opened eleven hours a day May to September.

1400 visitors every summer are too few.
It is not a quick collection. All machines are niceely renovated and have got clear text notes.

It is nicely arranged and shown in Anders old prepared barn.
It is is an almost pedantic order and the old barn is cleaned from all hay, when you enter.

The whole barn was high pressure washed before Anders started to made up the barn area as a museum. Of course you can get a cup of coffee and cake.

The problems are instead marketing and to get the vehicle dreamers to visit Bjorkenas. Many times women stay outside when her husband goes inside.

As for the moment my fee is just good enough for fire insurance, Anders say with a sad face.

Another problem is signing boards. These are only allowed to be placed 20 km from the museum.

The authorities state that it is only for culture.
– As this isn't culture? Anders say.

I agree. It is pure and fine motor culture and those who find there way to Bjorkenas can go around for hours and admire all two wheelers on stand. It is called Nostalgi.
After paper article in Tranaspaper.

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Skapad 131201


Swedish version

Husqvarna Novolette

Info Novolette. Ref 1
Info Novolette. Ref 1




  Husqvarna Novolette 3521 1956. Ref 1
Husqvarna Novolette.

This is model 3521 44 cc 1 geared moped. Even called Novolette Special from 1955.

The first of July 1952 through a new law selling of mopeds in Sweden was allowed. The first model from Husqvarna, 3311 was presented as 1953 model and second number in model id will in the future mean year model.

The 3311 was in the whole a reinforced cycle equipped with a help engine and petrol tank. The engine was produced by RMW (Rex Motoren Werk) with 0,62 ps and tires 26x1,75x1,5.

The color to chose was only blue and bone yellow decor. 1956 was the last year for Novolette and was now burried in advanced for other models from Husqvarna Rifle Factory AB

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Husqvarna Populär


Husqvarna Popular

Husqvarna Populär. Ref 1
Husqvarna Populär 1958

Modell 3811. Member of the Roulettefamily. There were three models, Standard, Populär, Lyx, between 1957-1959. It was equipped with a one gear Husqvarna engine.


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Husqvarna Roulette Lyx

Husqvarna Roulette Lyx 1960. Ref 1
Husqvarna Roulette Lyx 1960. Ref 1


Roulette Lyx


Husqvarna Roulette Lyx 1960. Ref 1
Husqvarna Roulette Lyx 1960

Husqvarna Populär Lyx 1960. Modell 3811. Member of the Roulettefamily. There were three models, Standard, Populär, Lyx, between 1957-1959. It was equipped with a one, two or three gear Husqvarna engine.

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Zündapp CX 50

Zündapp CX 50. Ref 1
Zündapp CX 50. Ref 1
Zündapp Sport TS 1964 - 1967. Ref 1
Zündapp Sport TS 1964 - 1967. Ref 1
Zündap Kompis 1978-. Ref 1
Zündapp Kompis 1978-. Ref. 1



Private Zündapp

Zündapp CX 50. Ref 1
Zündapp CX 50
CX stod för cross, enduro utförande. 1980-1982

Zündapp CX 50. CX stands for cross 1980, enduro model. 1980-1982.

All Zündapp-mopeds sold in Sweden in the 1960th had air cold 50 cc two stroke (aluminum cylinder).

The engine was just the same for a long time and with few exceptions parts from earlier engined fit. Zündapp mopeds which were imported had engines throttled down, in order not to reach over 1 ps as law demanded for moped regulation.

For example the engine for Mustang Cobra had 6 ps engine. This was throttled down to 1 ps.
Text from Wikipedia.

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Honda. Ref 1
Honda. Ref 1
Motor installation Honda P50. Finns på Falköpings MC museum.  Ref. 1
Honda. Ref 1
Honda P50. Ref. 1

Honda. Ref 1Honda P50. Ref. 1
Honda. Ref 1Honda P50. Ref. 1
 Honda. Ref 1


Honda P50

1967 Honda P50



Honda P50. Ref 1
Honda P50

Honda P50. This Honda moped is also known as P25. Started to be sold june 1966.

It is the last moped which had a help engine mounted inside rear wheel. It is mainly constructed by Honda.

It had leading link front spring, plastic wheel covers and chain cover.

Petrol tank is mounted like Victoria help engine under the rear package holder.

50 cc engine is mounted on left side just under the main frame pipe from rear wheel. All drives is mounted inside rear wheel.

Engine i 4 stroke which was unusual when all mopeds with pedals used two stroke. Further more the moped don't need oil mixed petro.

Honda 1949 -

Soichiro Honda, 1906-1991. He worked at home in his father's garage for bicycles and motorcycles.

He realized, after the WWII, that people needed transportation vehicles and bought one stock of surplus mc engines. With these he built his first mc 1947 and called it Type A. (Bugatti called his first car for Type 1).

1948 he formed Honda Motor Company. When he got his partner Fujisawa, who also had the knowledge how to handle finances, they succeeded to roll the company through the difficult years after the war.

In the middle of the 1950th the company started to grow and late 1959 they had a good control of the market.

He realized that big selling was due to success on the competition tracks and he made that.

1958 he put out an enormous seller, a moped with 50 cc engine. Just what Asia needed. 100000 was manufactured a month!! 1968 the CB750 four was announced.

This was a mc with several new things like electric starter and disk brakes. Now Honda was controlling the market and produced one after the other several hits. Very much depending of that he never let a bad construction leave the works.

Sucn a Honda 750 four can be seem at Surahammar MC museum. This type is a motorcycle that made the world astonished and completely outclass the English mc industry.
He never got a bad reputation.

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Monark M51 1957

Monark detail engine. Ref. 1
Monark detail engine. Ref. 1


Monark cykel



Monark M51. Ref 1
Monark M51 1957
ILO motor 50cc 0,8 hk.

Monark concern

Monark M51. The moped history for Monark started in Varberg 1908, when Birger Svensson (1883-1944) registered the firm "Swedish Cycle Depot".

In small scale he started a bussines for cycles during spring 1909 with Carl Bertholdsson and an errand boy.

Even if a workshop was on hand he made no repairing works until 1912-13, then he had about 20 workers.

The success during and after WWI filled his business locals at Kyrkogatan which he had bought 1916 and 1925 it was time to expand with a new factory near Varberg and name change to Varbergs Cycle Factory.

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Monark M35




Monark M35. Ref 1
Monark M35 1954  
Motor ILO
There were also the model no M36, M50, M55.
It coul also have a Rex Pilot engine.

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Swedish version

Lutz, detail engine. Ref. 1
Lutz, detail engine. Ref. 1



TFA Lutz

Panther Farradwerke

Lutz helpengine



Lutz. Ref 1
Lutz M58

Lutz M58. Otto Lutz had studied machine technic at high school in Stuttgart.

His engine interest became so strong after WWII that he started a firm 1946. Here he constructed a 49 cc engine with a special view.

He got patent for this solution and mounted it in cycles which were for sale up to 1955. The production was done by Panther Fahrradwerke AG. He sold about 3000 st.

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Crossection Kuli engine 1952. Ref 48
Crossection Kuli engine 1952. Ref 48
Close up picture at Hjorted museum. Ref 1
Close up picture at Hjorted museum. Ref 1
Kuli at Hjorteds museum. Ref 1
Kuli at Hjorteds museum. Ref 1Kuli drive construction. Ref 48
Kuli drive construction. Ref 48Kuli detail. Ref. 1
Kuli detail. Ref. 1Kuli drivbelt.  Ref. 1
Kuli drivbelt. Ref. 1


Kuli moped engine 1

Kuli moped engine 2

Kuli. Ref 1

Just a thought. One moped engine fully constructed and manufactured in Sweden. Already 1947-48. The working name was first TFA-engine, but got then after the first serial production the name Rondo and resellers were Konsum and PUB.

The name Kuli was used by other resellers. The last name was a travesty on the Rickshaws you see in some Asian countries. Kuli is the name of the hauler. This is a good name for a moped engine.

Gottfried Darck an engineer i Stockholm started to construct a moped engine, hoping to earn some money.

His main idea was that it must be able to mount on all sorts of cycles, without any need for workshop.

To create such a help engine usually is easy in the beginning. But it always come a point when problems arise. In the start it was discussion how the engine should be mounted. Gottfrid had many suggestions to deal with.

Mounted in the front wheel, ont the steering handle inside the frame over the pedal center, under the pedal center on the rear carrier and inside the rear wheel. At last after all considerations he chose to mount it besides the wheel just like Victoria and Saxonet. This idea wa known in Sweden since 1947.

Everything was nice until construction of get the power over to the wheel without dismantle the rear wheel.

As all ready made solutions this seems to be very simple. But it demands a longer time of pondering. Between the spokes a split ring, which had 2+1 projecting reaching just outside the spokes. On these a belt disk drive is mounted. Now it was possible to mount drive components without dismantle the rear wheel.

But we have forgotten how the three projectors could put power to the wheel without interfere the spokes.

In the center of the wheel you have the wheel bearing and brake, inside the hub. Around this the three projectors are screwed together clamped together. In this way the foot brake was still working. Then it was onley three wires for gas, compression valve and clutch. Genius. See picture.

1950 AB Allmotor in Örebro began to produce the KULI-engine. About 100 engines were made, the most for testing.

1951 the serial production started in small scale at Görtz workshop in Örebro and about 500 engines were produced.

1953 was the real brake through for help engines and KULI-engine was in serial production at Johnson works. At these works later sintermetal was produced for bushings imbibed with oil.

The modern not allowed engine year 2000 variant today is the motor saw.

Between the years 1953 and 1956 4000 engines were made and sold for 450 Skr.

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Kreidler Florette





Kreidler RS 50. Ref 1
Kreidler Florette RS
Motor Kreidler 50 cc 1 hk.

Kreidler was a German manufacturer making small motorcycles and mopeds.

The production facilities were built nearby Stuttgart. Kreidler was founded 1903 with the name Kreidler Metall- und Drahtwerke by Anton Kreidler.

He started to produce motorcycles 1951. 1959 1/3 of all motorcycles in Germany came from Kreidler.

1970 the firm had geat success in motorsport. Kriedler had two Dutch drivers  Jan de Vries and Henk van Kessel. They were extremely successful.

1982 the production ceased and the mark Kreidler was sold to Garelli Motorcycles in Italy. Garelli mopeds with the name Kreidler was sold up to 1988. The name Kreidler is later sold to cycle producer Prophete.


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Rex Vicoped

Rex Vicoped. Ref 1
Rex Vicoped. Ref 1
Rex Scooter moped. Ref 1
Rex Scooter moped. Ref 1Rex Sprint. Ref. 1
Rex Sprint. Ref. 1


Rex Vicoped


Rex. Ref 1

Article from Technic paper.

The moped factory with a long tradition has without hesitation made a very beautiful and  sable moped. In this a Victoria engine is mounted.

Engine: 38 cc ttwo stroke air cold Victoria, cylinderdiameter 35 mm, strike 40 mm 0,8 ps at 4000 rpm.

Removable cylinder head of aluminum.

Noris magnet given 3 W.

Victoria special carburettor without float.

Drive: Chain, two gears and free wheel.


Front fork and forged cone and reinforced bars. Tear luggage together with the frame. Tool casette.

Price in Sweden SKr. 770:-


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Velo Solex





Velo Solex. Ref 1

I the middle you can see one VeloSoleX. It was produced by a French company founded 1946. The production place was Paris. The company began with radiators, carburettors and micrometers before they began with help engines.

The cycle itself was constructed during WWII and selling started 1946. Up to 1988 the cycle was produced in 70 countries.

The owners were gradually Dassault, Renault and MotoBecane/MBK. VéloSoleX was sold in more than 7 million copies over the world before production ceased in France 1988

The production was resumed in both China and Hungary after 1988, but laid down in Hungary 2002.

Production was resumed again in france 2005 selling a more modern version.

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Mustang Mamba 1979


Teknik för alla

Trelleborg Velociped

Mustang Mamba. Ref 1
Mustang Mamba 1970- 1985
Engine Zündapp 49 cc 1 ps.
The Cycle factory of Trelleborg worked in a laid down factory since 1994. It was founded 1923 by Carl Liljeberg.

From the beginning the production was done in a small scale by cycles of the mark TV and sold mostly by the local business in the Trelleborg city.

The small factory also manufactured frames and other things for outside cycle firms. 1940 the firm was started again into a stock company and in the same time it was increased.

1947 they started to use the well known name Mustang. Cycles of the mark Royal was also produced and delivered to small cycle firms.

The last mark was used later for imported cycles.


During the years of 1952-84 mopeds were also manufactured and it was given the name Mustang.

Example for different models of Mustang was Mamba, Cross and Cobra. The cobra was sold in three different typrs, Cobra  1000, 20000, and 5000.

Mustang moped models used engines from Zündapp. 1989 the factory was bought by Smith & Co (SCO) and laid down 1994.

The Mamba was produced between 1968-1983 and was very popular during 1970.

The moped had 2 or 3 geared Zündapp engine with 1 ps.

Mustang Mamba was sold both with  and without the lower engine fastening. The tank had screwed tank lock, all depending of year model.
Text from Wikipedia.

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Fram King Clipper

Fram-King Fulda S7 på Arvika museum. Ref 1

Fram-King Fulda S7 på Arvika museum. Ref 1


Fram King

Fram-King Fulda
Fulda S7


Fram-King Clipper. Ref 1
Fram King Clipper
1964-1970 Tillverkare AB Josef Eriksson Uppsala
Från 1958 Fram King Bolagen.
Motor Victoria/DKW EM 50
49 cc 1 hk 3 växlar fotväxel
Fram-King. Company Bernhard Öberg & Co was founded by Bernhard Öberg 1897 and started to produce cycles with the badge Fram. The comany had locals just beside their concurrent  Nyman company.

Bernhard Öberg & Co owned production locals at Svartbäcksgatan 14 Uppsala. Josef Eriksson took over a barn at Österplan where the factory stayed from 1917 up to 1960 when Öberg moved to Verkstadsgatan 8 in Uppsala.

After that the production had moved from Verkstadsgatan were some frame parts produced in Brunna nearby Uppsala.

The factory at Verkstadsgatan 8 is still left and is used by a workshop company.

The old factory of Fram, or Joffes as it was called, at Österplan is still left and is used for theatre activities.
The name Fram was probably taken from the explorer Fritiofs Nansen ship Fram.

The production was taken over by AB Josef Erikssons Cycle factory (Later AB Josef Eriksson) 1905 and this company was then bought by  Industrial Company King in Helsingborg, which once had started the mark King 1932.

Fram changed name to Cycle Factory Fram 1955 and two years later they produced the 3-wheel Fulda. This cycle car was ready mounted at the Helsingborg factory.

Instead they were agents for German three wheelers, like Messerschmidt Kabinenroller and Heinkel Trojan.

1973 the production was moved to Helsingborg. Cycles was now named Fram-King and during 1980 it gradually disappeared.

Monark Crescent took over Fram-King 1986. Monark had earlier used this badge King. The mark Fram now belongs to the history.
Text from Wikipedia.

Fram King Fulda S7 1959
Partly transcript from museum info.

In the shadow after WWII the need for cheap cars was great. The German Norbert Stevenson constructed in the end of 1940 a small simple three wheeled car. It was named Fulda after the village were it was built.

The first prototype was ready 1950. Economical help had come from a Bosch merchant Karl Schmidt. Next prototype used corrugated sheet-iron,1953, and later a more rounded version covered with aluminum. The plastic variant was not on the market until 1957.

In Sweden one was allowed to drive these three-wheeler cars with motorcycle driving license. This was the cause why quite many was sold.

The first cars came to Sweden 1954-1955. They were license built by Nordwest-Deutscher Fahrzeugbau, NWF. The cars were imported by Sica-Import. NWF went bankruptcy 1955.

The Swedish motorcycle producer Fram-King started 1957 to build Fuldamobil on license. Fram-King had engaged one of the engineers from Fulda, Adolf Sandler. He had just developed a chariot by glass fiber for Fulda and suggested the Swedish firm to use that.

The frame was manufactured by Fram in Uppsala. The chariot in glass fiber was made by a firm Venplast, on the island Ven in Öresund. Unfortunately their production locals was set on fire and it was taken over by Fibre in Roskilde.

The Swedish car became a better product than the German. The production of Fram-Fulda continued between 1957-1962. Totally 411 cars were built.

Engine: One cylinder two stroke Sachs.
Volume: 198 cm³. Power: 10 ps at 5250 rpm.
Weight: 310 kg. Glass fiber chariot.
Top speed: 80 km/h. Petrol consumption: 0,25 l/min.

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Yamaha FS 1

Yamaha FS 1. Ref 1
Yamaha FS 1. Ref 1





Yamaha FS 1. Ref 1
Yamaha FS 1
Motor Yamaha, 49 cc 0,8 ps
4 gears changed with foot pedal.
Swedish agent Hallman & Enequist Motor AB
Yamaha FS1 is a moped from Japanese Yamaha. This moped started to be produced and sold around 1968.

From the beginning the FS1 had valve controlled inlet which means a saddle feed engine. Yamaha change to memban controled inlet and the more modern version was presented 1975.

From this year the FS1 has not changed so much, except for rear light and som other details. It is equipped with four gears and a strong good engine with 49 cc. 


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Panther i England



Panther. Ref 1
Pantherverken i Braunschweig Braunschweig 1946 – 1962

Panther was manufactured in Braunschweig Germany. In Sweden the name was spelled without h. Panther werke or delivered from Norway.

After WWII, the production after 1946 continued well. 1951 they bought a licence for Panther-Baby.

1953 the production of 50 cc mopeds started and also motorcycles. 150 cc and 175 cc.  From 1954-1959 mopeds and motorcycles were sold under the name Anker and 1956 Panther took over production of Rex mopeds.

1953 a buyer could as extra get air protection. Furthermore scooters and side carrier.


1957 the Pfiff which was able to be dismatled.  Made by one pipe 20" frame it bacame a trend model in the 60 th, The 70th a collapsable cycle was developed.

When another product with high export volume was laid down 1959 Panther could not avoid to be affected by the general downs for mopeds. The two stroke crisis was working.

The sales sank dramatically and as a last effort to save the company, Panther started to produce childrns furniture.

1962 Panther was sold to Bad Wildungen and from March 1963 all activities was laid down in Braunschweig.

Up to now 1.3 million vehicles had been sold.
The Moped on picture is not a Braunschweig Panther. Instead deliverd as a DBS Panter from Jonas Öglaend AS in Sandnes, Norway. (acc. mail from Patrick Levin)

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Velmo as shown at Hjoteds museum. Ref 1
Velmo as shown at Hjoted museum. Ref 1


Velmo Nordap




Velmo motorenhet. Ref 1
Velmo 1953
Info from museum.

Charles Gustaf Valdemar Kroon in Vansbro Sweden, started as salesman, bike repair man and last as a producer.

He built his first motorcycle already 1909. Beside the common bike production motorcycles were made at the end of 1930, but mainly during 1950.

Kroon tested both rear and front wheel drives 1936-1940.

Velmo help engine was introduced from 1952. It was introduced on the market as the "flying tea plate". The construction was a rather odd engine mounted inside the front wheel.

The drive were gear wheels. When interest for these engine died, it is said that Velmo was sold for 95 Skr.

The meaning was to to take sales from which was produced by Rabineick.

Engine: 1 cyl. two stroke, private production. 32 cc 0,37 ps/4400 rpm. Top speed: 25,9 km/h. Weight: 8 kg.

Price new: 465 Skr.











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DKW 115



DKW Hummel



DKW 115. Ref 1
DKW 115
In Germany the moped producers DKW, Victoria and Express had merged to "Zweirad Union".

These three offered the shown moped in different colors. It got the nickname "Plate-banana". This model had a bad selling during the period 1961-1972, when only 13551 were produced.

All of the mopeds had the DKW engine which was called Hummel. It was equipped with a 3 gear box.

Most mopeds of this type was private imported to Sweden.

The type had difficulties with registrations in Sweden, mainly for it's weight which was 78 kg.

The bound for a light mc in Sweden was 75 kg. Furthermore the engine power was 3 ps and 3.7 ps. The limit for an EU moped today is 2 ps. This demands  registration and drivers licence. With 3.7 ps it was for sure a motorcycle. 

These three offered different models and to differ them from each other they had own colors.


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Victoria Hummel
super luxus


Vicky historia 1

Victoria 3

Victoria motor

Victoria modeller

DKW Hummel

Victoria Hummel. Ref 1
Text see previous picture.

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Swedish version

Other mopeds











Casa. Ref. 1
Casa. Ref. 1
Montesa. Ref. 1
Montesa. Ref. 1
Rusch. Ref. 1
Rusch. Ref. 1
Riga. Ref. 1
Riga, detalj. Ref. 1
Follis, Lyon Frankrike 1953. Ref. 1
Follis 1953
Follis, detal av motor. Ref. 1
Kärnan. Ref. 1
Kärnan, detalj. Ref. 1
ABG detalj. Ref. 1
ABG 1952

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Pictures from the following owners has been used in bjorns-story with the appropriate allowance:   
Reference 1:
©Björn Bellander  bjorn.bellander(at)telia.com
Reference 48:
©Collected from website

Reference 49: ©Picture/text from Wikipedia
Website about Bjorkenas Moped museum
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