Berini Classic Bikes
Affectionately known as the 'Little
Egg' Berini was one of the top Dutch cyclemotor manufacturers.
The company sold Cyclemasters under license for the
|1950 Berini M14
The Berini M14 is a very well-made
machine. It was exported to great Britain,
and received good reports in the motoring
press of the day.
The Berini M13 was built in Rotterdam
from 1949 to 1961. As it was developed
from the Cyclemaster, engine size was
initially 26cc, increased to 32cc in 1951
(the M14). In the Netherlands, it was
known as "the Egg" because of the shape
of the fuel-tank (designed by welding
two headlamps together from a DKW motorcycle).
The Berini was the most popular Dutch
bicycle engine and could reach up to 30
|1955 Berni M21
||1957 Berini M23
Free engine lever, roll
driven 50cc rotating inlet valve timed for
40 kmu (can be altered).
|1957 Berini M21
|1959 Berini M13
||32cc, 1bhp. This bike is in top condition
it is in fully working order apart from
the headlamp which is on the bike but not
connected, this bike has white walled tyres
and refurbished rims with new spokes, chrome
has been polished, and the bike has been
proffesionally resprayed to its original
colour, it is without doubt in showroom
condition, but has had new cables and the
brake cable just needs connecting.
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