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'''Hercules''' is a german motorcycle producer founded in 1886 by Carl Marschuetz in Nuremberg. Famous for their [[moped]] production they took over the company [[Zweirad-Union]] which was a production union of [[Express]], [[DKW]] and [[Victoria]]. Hercules always used [[Fichtel & Sachs]] engines for their mopeds. Besides the moped production a milestone was the development and production of the worlds first [[Wankel]] engine motorbike. In export markets Hercules often used the label [[DKW]] or [[Sachs]].
 
'''Hercules''' is a german motorcycle producer founded in 1886 by Carl Marschuetz in Nuremberg. Famous for their [[moped]] production they took over the company [[Zweirad-Union]] which was a production union of [[Express]], [[DKW]] and [[Victoria]]. Hercules always used [[Fichtel & Sachs]] engines for their mopeds. Besides the moped production a milestone was the development and production of the worlds first [[Wankel]] engine motorbike. In export markets Hercules often used the label [[DKW]] or [[Sachs]].
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Revision as of 18:53, 28 August 2006

Hercules is a german motorcycle producer founded in 1886 by Carl Marschuetz in Nuremberg. Famous for their moped production they took over the company Zweirad-Union which was a production union of Express, DKW and Victoria. Hercules always used Fichtel & Sachs engines for their mopeds. Besides the moped production a milestone was the development and production of the worlds first Wankel engine motorbike. In export markets Hercules often used the label DKW or Sachs.