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Zaika

The 1960s Zaika.

Zaika

Description

Produced in the 1960s by TMZ (Tula Motorzikly Zavod) in Russia, the Zaika is believed to have never passed the prototype stage.  Formed in 1955, TMZ were manufacturers of Scooters and so the same Tula engine was used to power the Zaika with a top speed of around 50 km/h.  The company also produced a more trike like 3-wheeler called the “Muravey” (ant).

Detailed Information
Detailed Description

Produced in the 1960s by TMZ (Tula Motorzikly Zavod) in Russia, the Zaika is believed to have never passed the prototype stage.  Formed in 1955, TMZ were manufacturers of Scooters and so the same Tula engine was used to power the Zaika with a top speed of around 50 km/h.  The company also produced a more trike like 3-wheeler called the “Muravey” (ant).

Additional Information

Additional Information

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