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Many thanks to Bernie Stevens for this picture of a 1924 JAP engined Bucker.  Bucker was a leading German assembler of motorcycles from 9866 to 996cc.  They used Cockerell, Rinne, Columbus, MAG, JAP Blackburne and Bark engines.  After the war, all Bucker machines used either Ilo or Sachs two-stroke engines including a 244cc twin version. 

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  • Year: 1924
  • Decade: 1920s
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2 Responses to “1924 Bucker”

  1. Milan Perisic on July 17, 2011 @ 2:25 pm

    I buckera of 1933 approximately, lack of machines, if one has to sell JAP 997cm gladly buy the complete bike. If anyone has old photo that I can compare originality. I can send pictures if anyone can help. Thanks for any information. Milan

  2. Helmut Kraus on January 19, 2015 @ 9:31 pm

    I think this is not a Bücker, but a Hecker (also German manufacturer).
    It is typical Hecker frame. Looks like model H II 30 of about 1928-33.

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