Pyotr Mozharov

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Pyotr Vladimirovich Mozharov (1888 – 1934) was a Soviet engineer who is often referred to as the father of the Soviet Motorcycle Industry.[1] He is most famous for his early work at IZH[2] as well as the design of the NATI (PMZ)-A-750 motorcycle for the Red Army. Mokharov together with English designer Baugham independently developed the concept of driving the sidecar wheel in 1928.

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  1. ^ "Петр Можаров и его мотоциклы (Pyotr Mozharov and his motorcycles)". Moto. 1 March 2004. Retrieved 2008-10-18.
  2. ^ Biblioteka "Komsomolʹskoĭ pravdy.". Izd-vo "Komsomolʹskoĭ pravdy.". 1977. p. 22. Retrieved 2008-10-18.