The NSU Quick mini-motorcycle was first presented at the Berlin Exhibition in 1936. The Quick was powered by an 98cc air-cooled single-cylinder two-stroke engine, it had a pedal crank, a 2-speed gearbox with handlebar gearshift, and was initially equipped with a backpedal brake. A new feature at the time: the NSU Quick was available as a ladies' and a gent's version. It was the cheapest motorcycle in the world and, due to great demand, it made NSU the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world alongside DKW. The Quick was built from 1936 to 1953. In total, 235.441 pieces were made during this period with only minor changes.
This specimen is still completely original and unrestored. Original Dutch papers (kentekenbewijs) from 1951 are also available.