Licence from Wanderer
Ing. František Janeček purchases a licence from Wanderer to produce a 500 OHV Wanderer motorbike.
The JAWA trademark
Ing. František Janeček registers the JAWA (JAneček + WAnderer) trademark.
The XXI International Motor Show in Prague
The first JAWA motorbike, the JAWA 500 OHV, is presented at the XXI International Motor Show in Prague.
The English motorbike racer and designer G. W. Patchett comes to JAWA. He focuses mainly on sports machines but also brings experience in the production of light two-stroke motorbikes. His acumen and enterprise contribute to the design of the JAWA 175 motorbike powered by a Villiers engine.
Six Days Race
JAWA takes part in a Six Days Race for the first time, with E. Stokuč riding a JAWA 500 OHV. Although a number of mechanical failures hamper his attempt, he wins the bronze medal.
The JAWA 175 Villiers
Manufacture of the JAWA 175 Villiers motorbike begins. This revolutionary model is sold under the slogan "The People's Motorcycle at a Bargain Price".
Six Days Race in Italy
Six Days Race takes place in Merano, Italy. Czechoslovakia enters the International Trophy competition for the first time, where the whole Czech team, consisting of A. Vitvara, F. Brand, side-cart driver Jaroslav Kaiser and co-driver Kromberger, ride JAWA machines.
Isle of Man TT
F. Brand enters the legendary Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) race and wins a silver Tourist Trophy.
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