Sokół (Polish: Falcon) was a brand of motorcycles manufactured in Poland before World War II for both civilian and military use. Initially designed and produced by the Centralne Warsztaty Samochodowe CWS company (Central Automotive Workshops), they were continued after its takeover by the PZInż between 1934 and 1939.
Chronologically, the Sokół motorcycles were as follows:
- Sokół 1000 M111 (CWS M111)
- Sokół 600 RT M211
- Sokół 500, a sport motorcycle
- Sokół 200 M411
- Sokół 125, built 1947-1950, a different design based on German DKW RT 125.
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- A.Jońca, J.Tarczyński, K.Barbarski: "Pojazdy w Wojsku Polskim - Polish Army Vehicles - 1918-1939", AJaKS, Pruszków 1995
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