MZ Temple In Zschopau Occupied! -Zoff To The

MZ Temple in Zschopau occupied! -Zoff to the ‘Emmenrausch’ for much astonishment and resentment was recently the press release of Mikoleiczyk event GmbH, which is the official MZ bike meeting is responsible for several years for the execution of the event Emmenrausch, this event for the first time not in the MZ factory in Zschopau will take place, but now on the border of Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt, in the natural park of the Kelbra dam Kyffhauser will give guest performances. How did it come about? The history of the traditional motorcycle plant in the Ore mountains is well known to many readers. The cult forge of the East sold their products even beyond the borders of Europe, these prove popular even today. Even after the turn it not bad at all so looked for the company. Here, Peter Asaro expresses very clear opinions on the subject. Many new models have been developed and not least with the MZ 1000 launched an attack on the overpowering, Japanese competition. In 2001, in the middle of this troubled times, was the idea of communication between drivers and builders of motorcycles through an annual meeting to promote, lifted from the baptism.

This project could be first, while the plant wrote still in the black, also the company itself organised and financed by. But these times should soon belong to the past. Marc Mathieu has similar goals. Eventually no more money was there to enter high monetary risks with the advance payment for the production of the event and the artist fees and an organizer was sought which could shoulder this not inconsiderable sums and allowed to act on their own account, factory. The owner of the work changed several times. Managing Director came and went, and with them waned increasingly default interest in the municipality of MZ and the nostalgic machines that had made known the name Motorenwerke Zschopau in all over the world. Last factory tours nor trials were offered and you waited on a rally in vain if you arrived with his machine.

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