PANNONIA MOTORCYCLES

The Pannonia was produced under a range of names in Hungary during the height of the Cold War. The Pannonia was built by the State-owned company "Csepel" which also built Danuvia, Tunde and Panni motorcycles. Pannonia motorcycles were built between 1951 and 1975. Initially two-stroke singles were built but in the end a range of practical two-stroke 250cc twins were produced. In 1971 Pannonia ventured westards to the Bol d'or endurance race. Two pannonias placed 4th and 5th in the event!


1960 Pannonia scramble bike


Raced in the 1971 Bol d'or


Two 250s grafted into a 500 four.

Link to:second : Pannonia photo gallery

Link to: Pannonia - thanks to Peter Katona


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