WSK (Wytwornia Sprzetu Komunikacyjnego, which translates as "Communications Equipment Factory"), was a Polish motorcycle factory.
It closed in the 1985 after the early strikes against the Communist regime. The strike at the WSK factory was the first in Poland, before the Gdansk strike.
This factory produced essentially small-displacement bikes, 125 and 175 cc, with a classic two-strokes layout.
The WSK "175 Kobuz", ('80s model); the early versions of this bike were produced during the '60s. The "M-16" off-road model was made in the '70s. After the end of the motorcycle production, WSK produced helicopters.
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