|Engine||air-cooled, two-stroke, twin cylinder|
|Bore / Stroke||53.3mm x 53.3mm|
|Horse Power||15.96 HP (11.9 KW) @ 5600RPM|
|Transmission||Gear box: 4-speed, manual |
Final Drive: chain
|Suspension||Front: leading link fork |
Rear: adjustable plunger dual shocks
|Brakes||Front: 180mm diameter |
Rear: 180mm diameter
|Front Tire||3.25 x 16|
|Rear Tire||3.25 x 16|
|Wheelbase||49.49 inches (1257 mm)|
|Dimensions||L 77.52 inches (1969 mm)|
W 25.59 inches (650 mm)
|Weight||(dry), 135.0 kg (wet)|
|Related||Adler MB 250S|
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The bike has a 4-speed, manual transmission. Power was moderated via the wet multi-disc, manual.
It came with a 3.25 x 16 front tire and a 3.25 x 16 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via 180mm diameter in the front and a 180mm diameter in the rear. The front suspension was a leading link fork while the rear was equiped with a adjustable plunger dual shocks. The wheelbase was 49.49 inches (1257 mm) long.
1956 Adler MB 250
The 1955 Adler MB 250 is a middle-weight machine suitable for daily commuting inside the urban jungle. It boasts superior comfort levels (for it's time), thanks to a high-end suspension package, composed of a leading link fork, and twin plunger shocks. It also sports an air-cooled, two-stroke, 247cc, twin cylinder powerplant paired to a four-speed manual transmission, and can produce a claimed 16 horsepower at 5600 rpm.