Méray-JAP 350 motorcycle
The Méray-Jap was advertised as the ideal motorcycle for domestic roads. Between the two World Wars it was featured in all major domestic races in Hungary.
The Méray brothers – owners of a small chemical plant – designed their triangle-shaped bike frames after the First World War. They mostly installed British, usually Jap engines into the majority of their frames.
Salvaging the vehicle
The motorcycle will be part of the museum’s new permanent exhibition after its complete renovation.
year of manufacturing: 1925 / 1937
weight: 120 kg
Top speed: 110 km/h