Manufactured in Austria.
The history of Puch motorcycles is a tale of Austrian engineering excellence and lasting motorcycling heritage. Founded in 1899 by Johann Puch, the company ventured into motorcycle production in the early 20th century, quickly earning a reputation for crafting reliable and high-quality two-wheelers. Puch motorcycles gained widespread recognition for their performance and durability, especially during periods of military service in both World Wars. In the post-war era, Puch continued to innovate, producing iconic models that captured the spirit of their times. With a blend of innovation, precision craftsmanship, and a commitment to producing efficient and stylish motorcycles, Puch solidified its place as a legendary name in the world of motorcycling. This gallery of Puch motorcycles were sold by Sears in their catalogs and department stores during the 1950s and 1960s.