The Kreidstler Project: Danny Schramm's wild Kreidler moped
At the recent Hamburg Harley Days, the winning bike wasn't a heavyweight cruiser build. It was this tiny 50cc two-stroke from SchrammWerk with a 1932 BSA girder fork and 23-inch rims. Meet the incredible Kreidstler Project.
The DKW RT125 is the most copied motorcycle in history. The RT 125' is a German two-stroke motorcycle made by DKW in Zschopau in the 1930s, IFA and MZ in the 1950s and early 1960s, and DKW in Ingolstadt in the 1950s and 1960s. "RT" stands for "Reichstyp" or "National Model".It appears that after WW2, the design of the DKW 125RT was open to anyone who wanted it. Some manufacturers aded it to their product portfolio, but other companies were started with that very bike as the first product.