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mj maico jackson
mj maico jackson
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Maico: Rise and Fall of a Legend (HD)
Maico: Rise and Fall of a Legend (HD)
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Maico S1 490
Maico S1 490
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The Maico Breako Myth
The Maico Breako Myth
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Maico 700 Two Stroke (2 Stroke) ATK Intimidator Dirtbike
Maico 700 Two Stroke (2 Stroke) ATK Intimidator Dirtbike
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1980 Maico 250
1980 Maico 250
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Maico 500 Supermoto Ride
Maico 500 Supermoto Ride
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It´s Summer - Maico 700 SM - EPIC RIDE - Wheelies - GoPro
It´s Summer - Maico 700 SM - EPIC RIDE - Wheelies - GoPro
DATE: 2014/09/10::
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New Dirt Bike - 1981 Maico 490 GS Enduro
New Dirt Bike - 1981 Maico 490 GS Enduro
DATE: 2015/03/01::
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1981 Maico 490 - HOLESHOT - Washougal
1981 Maico 490 - HOLESHOT - Washougal
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The Quality of Maico Motorcycles Part 1 of 5 (Documentary)
The Quality of Maico Motorcycles Part 1 of 5 (Documentary)
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The History of the Maico 700: Zabel, Maico and the ATK Intimidator (Documentary)
The History of the Maico 700: Zabel, Maico and the ATK Intimidator (Documentary)
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1978 Maico 440
1978 Maico 440
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MAICO「ラミラミ feat. Toss」
MAICO「ラミラミ feat. Toss」
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【FULL PV】MAICO 「毎日つづった君へのラブレター」
【FULL PV】MAICO 「毎日つづった君へのラブレター」
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SuperBike Series - Maico Teixeira
SuperBike Series - Maico Teixeira
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Maico - Jij Bent Mijn Nummer 1 (officiële videoclip)
Maico - Jij Bent Mijn Nummer 1 (officiële videoclip)
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Maico 125 first start
Maico 125 first start
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Rare Maico Photos
Rare Maico Photos
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GTA SA Multiplayer - Mike, Maico e Pac!
GTA SA Multiplayer - Mike, Maico e Pac!
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Dirt bike Maico 700 Two-Stroke!
Dirt bike Maico 700 Two-Stroke!
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1982 Maico 490 Rebuild (Remastered with Commentary)
1982 Maico 490 Rebuild (Remastered with Commentary)
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Maico Three minutes, Two strokes, One vision, Just another day at the office. (380 mix).avi
Maico Three minutes, Two strokes, One vision, Just another day at the office. (380 mix).avi
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Faszination Maico Mobil
Faszination Maico Mobil
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SELEÇÃO CATARINENSE NO CLC 2014 - NARRAÇÃO DE MAICO MISIUK
SELEÇÃO CATARINENSE NO CLC 2014 - NARRAÇÃO DE MAICO MISIUK
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MAICOは踊る(「アンドロイド・アナ2010」OP)
MAICOは踊る(「アンドロイド・アナ2010」OP)
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MAICO RAP ::::::: MUSICA (MUNDO TRISTE) OFICIAL 2013 LANÇAMENTO
MAICO RAP ::::::: MUSICA (MUNDO TRISTE) OFICIAL 2013 LANÇAMENTO
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MAICO「キセキの星 feat. CLIFF EDGE」
MAICO「キセキの星 feat. CLIFF EDGE」
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Pela Graça - Maico Rap - Dj Big (Video clip oficial Lado Forte produções)
Pela Graça - Maico Rap - Dj Big (Video clip oficial Lado Forte produções)
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MAICO smart funkbasierte Lüftungslösung
MAICO smart funkbasierte Lüftungslösung
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Trail Riding: CR500 vs. Maico 490
Trail Riding: CR500 vs. Maico 490
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MAICO - PING PANG (BalconyTV)
MAICO - PING PANG (BalconyTV)
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Big Funn on a Maico 490
Big Funn on a Maico 490
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Maico quer 3 reais de crédito
Maico quer 3 reais de crédito
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Maico Transmissions 1983 and Up (Informational)
Maico Transmissions 1983 and Up (Informational)
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SUNUGAN KALYE - KIM WILLIAMS vs MAICO CHIXZ    GEN TRIAS CAVITE
SUNUGAN KALYE - KIM WILLIAMS vs MAICO CHIXZ GEN TRIAS CAVITE
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1980 Maico 440
1980 Maico 440
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The World
The World's Fastest Dirtbike (Maico 700 - Attempt 2015)
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Testlauf  WN-Maico RS3 - 125ccm
Testlauf WN-Maico RS3 - 125ccm
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Maico 250
Maico 250
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Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho - Maico Buncio
Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho - Maico Buncio
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Maico - Zij houdt nog steeds van hem ( Officiële Videoclip )
Maico - Zij houdt nog steeds van hem ( Officiële Videoclip )
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Mopeds - Die Klassiker der 70er Jahre | Hercules, Kreidler, Maico , Zündapp
Mopeds - Die Klassiker der 70er Jahre | Hercules, Kreidler, Maico , Zündapp
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maico santana
maico santana
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Video Tribute: In loving memory of Maico Greg Buncio
Video Tribute: In loving memory of Maico Greg Buncio
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2004 Maico 620 First Ride Test
2004 Maico 620 First Ride Test
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1981 Maico Mega2 400 + 1981 Maico MC 250 Twinshockers
1981 Maico Mega2 400 + 1981 Maico MC 250 Twinshockers
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Maico Teixeira CBR1000 da Equipe Honda Racing, quebra Record da pista em Interlagos/SP
Maico Teixeira CBR1000 da Equipe Honda Racing, quebra Record da pista em Interlagos/SP
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Restauro (rebuilt) Maico Mc 250 1983.wmv
Restauro (rebuilt) Maico Mc 250 1983.wmv
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The first time I rode a Maico 490
The first time I rode a Maico 490
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For the manga series, see Maico 2010.

1956 Maico 250cc

Maicowerk A.G. was a West German motorcycle manufacturer. Founded in 1926, the company originally manufactured 98 and 123 cc Ilo two-stroke engines. After World War II, they began producing their own unit construction two-stroke engines, selling complete motorcycles. Maico (pronounced [ˈmaɪko]) made a brief foray into the automobile business with their own line of microcars in the late 1950s. Maico have also made Go kart engines.[1]

The road motorcycles were named after winds... 'Blizzard' 'Typhoon' etc., but the company was better known for its purpose-built Motocross and Enduro machines, and for its 'Maicoletta' motor scooter, both of which sold in higher numbers than the road motorcycles.

Maico racing motorcycles[edit]

1974½ Maico 400 GP

Maico motocross (MC) and enduro (GS) racing models proved very successful in both European and American competition throughout the 1970s. While lacking the financial capital and big money race-team backing like that of the Japanese factories of Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, and Kawasaki, Maico riders such as Adolf Weil, Åke Jonsson and Willy Bauer proved to be a serious challenge to the Japanese factories and produced numerous top three finishes in the Motocross World Championships. The firm also experienced some success in Grand Prix road racing competitions with rider Börje Jansson winning three 125cc Grand Prix races between 1972 and 1973.[2] American publication Motocross Action called the 1981 Maico Mega 2 - 490cc the greatest open-class motocross bike of all time. The 1974.5 400cc and 440cc GP, and 1981 490cc models along with any year 501cc motocross bike are some of the most sought-after vintage MX and twin-shock motorcycles to this day.

One of the largest contributions to the world of motocross suspension technology came in the 1974 season when the Wheelsmith Motorcycles team in the USA and the Gunther Schier teams in Europe forward-mounted the rear shocks on the Maico factory-backed motorcycles, immediately increasing the travel and ability to trump the competition. This initiated a frantic effort on the part of factory teams and privateers alike; chopping up their frames in a desperate attempt to remain competitive.

Maicowerk AG filed for bankruptcy in 1983, but continued to produce small numbers of motocross and enduro models (re-badged as M-Stars in the United States due to legal issues) up through 1986. Subsequent manufacturers have purchased the brand name and applied it to their own limited production motorcycles. Modern open-class dirt-bikes are still being produced under the Maico brandname[3] The ATK Intimidator dirt-bike (reportedly the most powerful production 2 stroke motorcycle available aside from Maico's own motorcycles) features a Maico motor.[4]

After the company went out of business in 1986, its assets were taken over by a Dutch company.

Maicoletta[edit]

Main article: Maicoletta
Maicoletta Scooter
Maicoletta Dash

The Maicoletta motor scooter of the 1950s was one of the largest motor scooters produced by any manufacturer until the modern era. The engine was a single cylinder 247cc piston port 2-stroke (an export version featuring a 277cc engine was also produced for use with a sidecar), with four foot-operated gears, enclosed chain drive, centrifugal fan cooling and electric start. This was fitted to a tubular frame built on motorcycle principles with long travel telescopic forks and 14-inch wheels. The Maicoletta had a top speed of greater than 70 mph, comparable with most 250cc motorcycles of the time. In the 1950s most scooters such as Vespa, Lambretta, were 125cc to 200cc with 8-10 inch wheels and a top speed of 55 to 60 mph, so the expensive but fast and comfortable Maicoletta developed a following amongst scooter club enthusiasts.

By modern standards the brakes (drum front and rear) leave something to be desired, but compared to those of other scooters from the period, the brakes are not inferior.

Pendulum starter An unusual Bosch 6v 'pendulum' electric starter system was fitted, which was quite advanced for the 1950s, and about which there are a number of common misconceptions. When activated, instead of rotating the crankshaft the starter used the generator coils on the shaft to rock it back and forth under the control of cams on the crankshaft. These cams closed contacts in the generator to trigger a reversing switch in the Control box that changed the crankshaft direction at the end of each swing. This gives the impression of the crankshaft continually bouncing back and forwards against compression, when operated. A separate set of ignition points fired the spark plug in the forward direction only, and when this fires the mixture in the cylinder the engine starts to rotate normally, the starter is released and the normal ignition system takes over. The advantage of this system is that the starter does not have to force the crankshaft to turn over against compression, so less power is required from the 6volt system. Its disadvantage is the unusual number of contacts, which can be difficult to adjust. The reversing switch contacts tend to wear out with extended use and can be very difficult to get repaired, hence the scooter's reputation for requiring roll starts later in life.

Maico Mobil[edit]

Main article: Maico Mobil
Maicomobil

The Maico Mobil, said to resemble a 'two wheeled car', was a highly enclosed two-wheel motorcycle which sold only in small numbers.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Title: The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Motorcycles, Editor: Erwin Tragatsch, Publisher: New Burlington Books, Copyright: 1979 Quarto Publishing, Edition: 1988 Revised, Page 198, ISBN 0-906286-07-7
  2. ^ "Börje Jansson career statistics". motogp.com. Retrieved 17 May 2013. 
  3. ^ Maico UK Home.
  4. ^ Starring The 700cc Intimidator - Wild New Machines From ATK! - Dirtbike at Off-Road.com

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