125 Chopper 1988
125 Dakar 2005
125 Dandy 2005
125 Sport 2005
125 Travel 1997
250 1968
250 California 1970
350 Californian 1970
350 Chopper 1997
   
350 Classic 2010
350 Classic Solo 2014
350 Retro Solo 2011-15
350 Sport 2011-15
350 Style 1997
350 TS 1987
350 Type 634.5 1981
420 Prototype 1982
500R 1987
593 Enduro Sport 1996
638 1984
640 Black Style 1995
640 Sport 1995

640 Style De Luxe

1999

640 Tramp

1997

644 Chopper

1994

650 Dakar

2009

660 Sportard

2014

Jawa is a Czech Republic manufacturer of Motorcycles. Founded by Frantisek Janecek, who in 1929, bought out the motorcycle production of Wanderer. The name "Jawa", comes from the first two letters of Janecek and Wanderer.

The first model was introduced on October 23, 1929. This was a 500 cc 4-cycle engine with 12 kW of power (18 hp) and fuel consumption of 6 liters per 100 km. Although priced highly, through the first years (and several constructional fixes) this motorcycle was successful and was considered reliable.

Historically Jawa motorbikes has been very active and succesful in racing. In track racing Jawa sustained a presence in the World Championship until the mid-sixties with respectable performances.

In Motocross the firm built an impressive palmares before its 4-stroke engines became superseded by 2-stroke engines. In Speedway racing, Dirt-track racing and Ice racing where 4-stroke engines were still at an advantage, Jawa remained a dominant force, scoring a number of victories that's still unbeaten today. Jawa Speedway racing motorcycles are now a separate company.