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  • Jawa 350 - Wikipedia


    The Jawa 350 is a motorcycle, produced by Jawa Moto in Czechoslovakia since the 1930s until 1992 and in the Czech Republic until present. In the 1950s, with its two-stroke, air-cooled 343 cc engine it could reach speeds of 132 kilometres per hour (82 mph) and was exported into over 120 countries of the world.

  • JAWA 350 2T


    JAWA 350/634 Retro – built as a replica of the JAWA type 634 motorcycle, which was mass produced in the 70´s and 80´s of the last century. Although JAWA 350 series 640 motorcycles are not intended for sales in EU countries, the motorcycles are successfully exported mainly to the countries of Central America, United Kingdom and Russia.

  • JAWA Moto s.r.o.


    JAWA 350 2T. Motorcycle details Other motorcycles. ... JOURNEY OF EUROPE. Contact us. JAWA Moto spol s r. o. Brodce 46 257 41 Týnec nad Sázavou. Tel.: 317 720 111 E ...

  • Jawa Motorcycles for sale - SmartCycleGuide.com


    1970 Jawa CZ350, 1970 JAWA CZ 350, Nice old Jawa with Duna sidecar, This bike was repainted many years ago and has a nice patina. The motorcycle is in excellent condition, Jawas are know for their reliable, Robust 2 cylinder, 2 stroke 350 twin with 4 speed gear box and kick start. The sidecar is the Jet Age styled aluminum bodied Duna sidecar.

  • Jawa 350 Parts | Genuine Motorcycle Parts


    Jawa 350 Engine and Transmission. The Jawa 350 is a 2 stroke, Classic bike with a Air cooled 343.00 ccm (20,83 cubic inches) Twin type of engine. This engine then gets the power to the rear wheel with a Chain driven transmission. This engine has 23.00 HP (16,72 kW)) @ 5000 RPM and a top speed of 132.0 km/h (81,59 mph) Wheels and Tyres

  • Jawa 350, 354 Sound - YouTube


    Jawa 350, 354 Sound FirebladerV2. Loading... Unsubscribe from FirebladerV2? ... 1928 Henderson Deluxe Antique Motorcycle Running - Duration: 2:57. Jayyar4 7,099,388 views.

  • JAWA Motorcycle Company | JAWA Motorcycles India


    It has come to our notice that some fraudulent/fake websites and imposters are claiming to be official representatives of Classic Legends Private Limited (CLPL) and JAWA Motorcycles. These people and websites are approaching people and offering them JAWA dealerships in exchange of money.

  • Jawa 350 first ride - Motorcycle News UK


    The Jawa is tuned for torque rather than power, and with just 23bhp to haul 149kg, it’s not exactly a blast from the past – whack open the twistgrip at 40mph in top, and not much happens apart ...

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  • Ideal Jawa


    Ideal Jawa (India) Ltd was an Indian motorcycle company based in Mysore which sold licensed Jawa motorcycles beginning in 1960 under the brand name Jawa and from 1973 as Yezdi. The catchphrase for the bikes sold by the firm was "Forever Bike Forever Value". Jawa motorcycles were introduced in India in 1960 and they have a cult following to this present day. Production was carried out directly in India by Ideal Jawa India Ltd based out of Mysore .The Yezdi factory was located along the railway line which heads to Mysore Junction. The factory was inaugurated by the then Governor of Mysore State, H.H Sri Jayachamaraja Wadiyar, Maharaja of Mysore in 1961. The Jawa 353/04 designated as 'A' Type, Yezdi 250 'B' Type, Yezdi 250 Roadking, Yezdi 350 Twin (type 634) and Yezdi 250 Monarch models are driven to this day in various parts of the country. Jawa and Yezdi bikes, especially the ones with fuel tank paddings and ignition systems on the fuel tank are now collectors items. The company stopped production in 1996. There are still several bike enthusiasts in the country. There are several bike clubs across the country, some of them even organizing long distance rallies. Jawa 250 cc 'A' (Type 353 Kyvacka) Jawa Jet 50 cc 'A' (Type 555 Pionyr) Jawa 250 'A' Type (typ 353/04)

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  • Jawa 350


    Jawa 350/354 from 1954, exhibited at the museum in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany The Jawa 350 is a motorcycle, produced by Jawa Moto in Czechoslovakia since the 1930s until 1992 and in the Czech Republic until present. In the 1950s, with its two-stroke, air-cooled 343 cc engine it could reach speeds of and was exported into over 120 countries of the world. The Jawa 350 remains popular thanks to its dominance of the Communist Bloc countries of Eastern Europe from the 1960s to the 1990s. Competitors of that time included the German MZ (250 cc) and Simson (250 cc Sport & Avo), the Hungarian Pannonia (250 cc), the Polish Junak (350 cc) and the Soviet IZh (350 cc). This was a period before the penetration of Eastern Europe by Japanese motorcycle manufacturers. In the early nineties was made additional model line Jawa 350 type 640. The Jawa 350 two stroke twin cylinder motorcycle is still in production, although its styling and design has changed over the years, it is almost mechanically unchanged since the 1970s, but very reliable. It is imported and sold in the UK where the two 350cc two stroke models are named the "Classic" and the "Sport".

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