Jawa 350

Jawa 350

The Jawa 350 is a classic motorcycle, formerly produced by Jawa Motors in Czechoslovakia until 1992 and in the Czech Republic from 1993 until the end of production. With its two-stroke, air cooled 343 cc engine it could reach speeds of 132 kilometres per hour (82 mph).

The Jawa 350 is no longer produced or sold, but it remains popular thanks to its dominance of the Communist Bloc countries of Eastern Europe from the 1960s to the 1990s. Competitors of that time included the German MZ (125 & 250 cc) and Simson (250 cc Sport & Avo), the Romanian (50 cc) and the Russian IJ (350 cc). This was a period before the penetration of Eastern Europe by Japanese motorcycle manufacturers.

Technical Data

Bore & Stroke (mm) 58 x 65

Compression rate 9,8:1
Cylinder 2
Displacement 343,5
Dry weight (kg) 149
Engine 2 stroke, air cooled
Front brake Disc 265mm
Front suspension Telescopic forks 150mm
Fuel tank capacity (l) 17
Maximal power (kW/ot. x min-1) 17 / 5250
Maximal speed (km/h) 125

Maximal torque (Nm/ot x min-1) 32 / 4750
Rear brake Drum 160mm
Rear suspension Telescopic units 80mm
Reserve (l) 2,8
Seat height (mm) 820 - 860
Starter system kick
Transmission 4 speed
Tyre front/rear 3,25 x 18 / 3,5 x 18
Wheelbase (mm) 1370 1370 1400
Wheels Spoke


More dates

Jawa 350 Style
Pictures with Jawa 350 (few with old model and major with new model)
Jawa 350 images at Google Images

See also

Jawa Motors

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