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The Complete Motorcycle Compendium
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Manufacturers Name

1985 WSK 175 Kobuz
1985 WSK 175 Kobuz

Wabo Dutch, 1950's
Wagner
USA, 1904 Minneapolis
Wall England, 1912 - 1925, Made an engine kit for bicycles
Walter Germany, 1903 - 1942
Wanderer
Germany, 1902 - 1929 They had engines between 616cc, and 750cc.
Waratah Australia 
Wasp
England 
Waverly
USA, 1905 - 1913, Had 500cc OHV single. Also made Jefferson, PEM and sold engines
Welbike UK, 1940, collapsible military scooter
Wendax Germany, 1930
Werner
France, 1897 - 1908, The Russian brothers Werner, built and had patented the cradled frame engine location that most motorcycles now use, in 1901. They had a front wheel drive bike in 1898 but decided that it would improve handling to mount the engine between the wheels
West Coast Choppers USA, Custom V-Twin Choppers by Jessie James
Westlake
England, Speedway bikes and engines
WFM
Poland, 1951 - 1965, Took over Sokol in 1951
Whipple
USA, 1905 - 1907, actually a tricycle with two wheels in front, Aurora Mfg engine
Whiting Australia-England, 1915 - 1920?, Saville Whiting designed several motorcycle prototypes but could never get them put into mass production in England or Australia. They used engines made by Douglas, JAP and the last used a V - Four of Whiting's design
Whizzer
USA, 1939 - 1964, Motorized bicycles
Widmayer USA, 1901, If any were produced
Wild West Motor Company USA, Harley Clones
Wilkinson
England, 1903 - 1914, Wilkinson Sword Co., Made a touring bike that had a water cooled inline four engine with shaft drive in 1913
Williams USA, 1910's J.N. Williams built a three cyl. engine that was put inside the wheel on several prototypes
Williamson
England

Winged Wheel
England, A bicycle engine kit made by BSA
Wisconsin Wheel
Smith Motor Wheel
Wolf
see Wearwell
Wood USA, 1914
Woods-Meagher
USA
Wooler English 1920's John Wooler. One model was called the "Flying Banana" because of it's strange styling and yellow tank
WSK Poland 1954 - 1985, Wytwornia Sprzetu Komunikacyjnego which translates as "Communications Equipment Factory".
Wulfruna
see Wearwell
Wul-Gum Poland, 1937 - 1939, Sachs engines
Wysecycle
USA