Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for MZ Motorcycles.
Manufacturer - Motorrad Zweiradwerk GmbH.
For the first time, the MZ logo appeared in 1956 - on motorcycles, the production of which was established at the plant of the German car manufacturer DKW.
MZ motorcycles achieved world fame and fame on the racetrack, and the main culprit was engineer Walter Kaaden, who, in order to obtain asymmetric valve timing, used a disc valve mounted on the crankshaft on racing motorcycles and introduced an additional bypass valve opposite the exhaust port.
After the merger of West and East Germany in 1990, MZ went through the privatization process, and a few years later became - under the name MuZ - part of the Malaysian concern Hong Leong Industries Berhad, which uses the brand to expand into the European market.
In 1999, the company re-named MZ.
The Motorrad Zweiradwerk model range consists of e-bikes, road bikes and dual-use motorcycles, equipped with power units with a displacement of one 125 cc to 660 cc.