The Victoria Bergneister motorcycle is a 350cc transverse V-twin, extremely robust, shaftdriven, with excellent castings and a classy deco design. There is no evidence that any bikes were produced in black or azure, though these options have appeared in print. The wheels were originally chromed with a stripe down the middle.
The front tire is original and the rear tire is probably the second one. The Bergmeister was available with a solo saddle and a teardrop tank, or with a dual saddle and big, unattractive 4-gallon tank. It is possible the small-tank model doesn`t actually exist except in prototype, as every shot of a restored which have seen was of the "sport" tank model.
The small tank itself existed, because it was used on a different Victoria model and was mounted on the display model of the proposed Bergmeister with wooden engine exhibited in 1951. And, mine has been fully chromed, speaking of tanks, where only the side panels were originally chromed. The motor is a thing of beauty and included were all the cast cover parts, and the chromed steel cone-shaped air cleaner cover. More specs and user manual of Victoria Bergneister you can see in next overview.