The Type 506 builds on the original vision of J.F. Koch for 'a practical and simple to use everyday scooter' adding the latest electric motor technology under the classic Čezeta torpedo body. Currently under development and testing (click here to see the five prototypes), the Type 506 is proving to be both reliable and fun to use. Better still, we estimate it could easily run for 50 years and could be charged for free from renewable sources like solar panels. Want to know more? Follow the link below to read more and how to order one of the first limited edition of 100 scooters.
Čezeta was launched during the 1950s as a radically-advanced touring scooter. Combining high-quality engineering with a radical space-age design, it was a huge success worldwide. During this time, two Čezetas were produced: Type 501 and Type 502. Over 115,000 were sold.
They featured in articles and films, and product developments were covered in press in large parts of the world.
Production stopped in the early 1960s, but now development is taking place of a new Type 506 that will have all the benefits of electric-power but keep the classic Čezeta aerodynamic shape and simple tough engineering. The project is non-profit. It's aim is to attract people to using new technologies and provide practical experience for engineering students in Prague.
Public information film about a 3000km exhibition trip around (then) Czechoslovakia.
Sale of types 501, 502 and 505. Delivery arranged by land in EU, or airfrieght internationally.
We supply complete Čezeta 175cc engines, lighting, handlebars, electrics, wheels and brakes and other specialist new parts and other Čezeta memorabilia. Parcel delivery arranged worldwide.
All sales from recycled parts sales are recycled themelves - into sponsoring students in Prague to study and gain work experience in new vehicle technologies.
Archive of photos of the history of Čezeta scooters. The old adverts capture a look. Check out our Facebook pages for more.
Customised Cezeta 502 scooter from the film. Doesn't run at the moment but will be repaired by the end of 2014. Scooter is property of the actor Rupert Evans (https://twitter.com/rupert_evans)