The DKW ZM175 (1925) is a two-stroke touring motorcycle manufactured by the German car and motorcycle manufacturer DKW, and is also sometimes referred to as the DKW 175 Aichele. It features a 175cc single piston engine with 5hp of power. The engine is air-cooled and has an overhead valve configuration. The suspension is rigid and includes a front telescopic fork and rear spring shock absorbers, and it can reach a top speed of 65km/h. The appearance of the DKW ZM175 is a mixture of vintage European style combined with modern performance, making it a successful combination of the two. The fuel tank is painted in black with brass-colored accents and features a red-and-white-striped side panel, giving it a recognisable classic look. It also has a traditional round speedometer and a headlight with illuminated glass lens, lending more of a vintage feeling to its already retro aesthetic. The DKW ZM175 is also highly dependable, with a long-lasting and reliable two-stroke engine, making it a great choice for those looking to experience old-world charisma while traversing the quaint countryside.
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