Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals for PUCH Motorcycles, Mopeds.
The Austrian company PUCH was founded already in 1899 and started with the production of bicycles, and later made cars, trucks (Steyr-Puch Pinzgauer), scooters and motorcycles.
PUCH motorcycles appeared in the world motocross in 1974 and owe much of their fame to the Belgian Harry Everts, who in the same year won the bronze medal in the 250 cc class, and in 1975 brought them the world title.
In honor of this event, in 1976, the company released a limited edition of the PUCH MC250 TWIN CARB replica motorcycle, in which Harry Everts became the champion.
Needless to say, the PUCH MC250 TWIN CARB was an exotic hand-built machine even by today's standards.
It had an advanced suspension from Marzocchi, a lightweight and durable chrome-moly steel frame, Akront Lipless rims, and the crankcase, crossheads and hubs were made of magnesium.
But its unique feature was the engine, which had an excellent wide power range and two carburettors, each of which had a separate fuel delivery system: one operated in the traditional mode, and the other supplied fuel to the rotary intake valve directly in the crankcase.
As Harry Everts himself noted, the motorcycle was a rocket, and to operate it required a serious level of rider training.
PUCH is the only company that produced replica factory bikes in significant quantities at the time.
A total of 90 copies were produced, which were quickly sold out in 1976.
The current estimate for this motorcycle is $ 30,000.