Werner 1901, also known as New Werner, is a motorcycle produced by Werner brothers - Russian emigrants, who moved to Paris in the end of 19-th century. The engine capacity of this motorbike was 217 ccm.
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Werner produced motorcycles from 1897 to 1908. They built, and had patented, the cradled frame engine location that most motorcycles now use, in 1901.
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