Arno Dietrich based factory Ardie, where created the first motorcycle with the duple engine capacity 3hp and working volume 305cc in 1919, in Nuremberg, Germany. In 1923 the second model with the engine capacity 5hp has followed and in volume 348ccm. Dietrich was lost in 1922 during tests of one of the machines then his work has been continued by brothers Bandit in "Fuerte Bandits".
By then, motorcycles were completed mainly with the English details, including J. Prestvich engines, Bertman transfers and "Bested Lloyd" fuel pumps. The model of Ardie 1927 motorcycle had engine of 500cc and capacity 6hp. Ernest Nojmann Ne-andsr acted in the beginning of 1930th with idea of a frame made of steel and duralumin. The term "duralumin" was a derivative from the name of an aluminum factory "Duren-ra". These machines were equipped with engines JAP with volume 490, 345 and 198 cc; they were on sale under names Silver Laitning and Silver Fox. However till 1933 in Ardie have returned to traditional steel frames. Political circumstances have compelled Bandit to leave the company. At the same time it was necessary to forget about import of motors JAP once and for all. Subsequently in machines different engines, including "Zaxs", "Bark", "Kuhen" , "Stermi Archer" were established. More specs and user manual of Ardie 1927 moto you can see in next overview.