c.1973 CZ 250 CCM
Like BSA, the Czech company CZ was a firearms manufacturer that got into motorcycle production. The first CZ motorcycle rolled off the assembly line in 1935 but it would be another 30 years before most American riders had heard of the brand. Starting in 1964, CZ would take seven world MX titles in the 250 and 500cc classes before the decade was done. In the 1970s, the Czechoslovakian Trophy team was all but unbeatable on their CZs in International Six Day Trials competition. The so-called "coffin-tank" CZs were introduced in 1973 at time when the Czech bikes were a force to be reckoned with, and helped fuel the boom in American motocross.
The CZ offered has been signed by World Motocross Champion, Brad Lackey.
- Please note that this motorcycle is offered on a Bill of Sale.
Please note that the frame and engine numbers for this motorcycle are 9807005164 and 9801000207 respectively.