Horex Regina 350

Photo courtesy - Joachim Köhler


Make Model

Horex Regina 350


1952 - 58


Four stroke, single cylinder, OHV


342 cc / 20.87 cu-in
Bore x Stroke -
Cooling System Air cooled
Compression Ratio 6.8:1


Carburettor. Single Bing or amal


Starting Kick

Max Power

19.0 hp / 14.1 kW @ 6250 rpm


4 Speed 
Final Drive Chain

Front Suspension

Hydraulic telescopic forks

Rear Suspension

Dual shocks

Front Brakes

150mm Drum

Rear Brakes

150mm Drum

Front Tyre

3.25 -19

Rear Tyre

3.25 -19
Seat Height 760 mm / 29.9 in - If adjustable, lowest setting

Dry Weight

145 kg / 319.7 lbs

Fuel Capacity 

18 Litres / 4.76 US gal

The Horex Regina series is a series of motorcycle models that the Horex brand produced from 1950 to 1958 . The series had three models: The Horex Regina 250, the Horex Regina 350 and the Horex Regina 400.

Horex was a German motorcycle brand and was founded in 1923 in Bad Homburg by Fritz Kleemann.
The name Horex is derived from Ho, Homburg and Rex, meaning King in Latin.

Only five years after the end of the second world war Horex brought the 350cc Regina on the market.
For 1950 this was a dream motorcycle and soon turned out to be a bestseller for Horex.

It was a beautiful single cylinder machine with modern telescopic fork, straight way rear suspension, chrome-plated tank and chrome-plated exhaust silencers.

The alloy full drum brake hub, was a real sensation.  The rims were light alloy.

A fully enclosed drive chain gave a clean appearance and reduced noise.

The 350cc OHV engine with two-port aluminium cylinder head and 4-speed gearbox was swift and powerfull and had 20hp on the tap, which gave the Regina a top speed of around 130 km/h (81 MPH).