The Puch 250 SGS (Schwing-Gabel-Sport) is a motorcycle that was manufactured by the Austrian Steyr Daimler Puch AG’s Puch division in Thondorf near Graz.
The motorcycle is powered by a split-single two-stroke engine two pistons sharing a single combustion chamber.This engine then gets the power to the rear wheel with a Chain driven transmission.This engine has 14.20 HP 5800 RPM and a top speed of 115.0 km/h.
The Puch 250 SGS comes with Expanding brake brakes on the front and Expanding brake brakes on the rear to ensure you will stop quickly if you need to.
It was marketed in the United States by Sears as the “Allstate 250” or “Twingle”, with the model number SR 250, and sold primarily via the Sears catalog.It was a common “first motorcycle” for many riders.
- Manufacturer: Puch
- Model: 250 SGS
- Year: 1955
- Displacement: 248cc
- Engine type: 2-stroke / ts
- Cylinders: 1
- Power: 13.8hp@5800rpm
- Weight: 154kg