Eysink was a Dutch manufacturer of bicycles, automobiles and motorcycles.
The company Eysink Fabrieken N.V. from Amersfoort began in 1897 with the production of automobiles. 1920, car production was stopped. In addition to manufacturing its own cars built-in motors were delivered to Houlberg. 1956 ended motorcycle production.
1897: a prototype with a two-cylinder engine from Benz. 1899 began series production with a single-cylinder model, which was equipped with an engine -house production. 1901, the two-cylinder models appeared HK 10 and 12 HK. 1904 was followed by the four-cylinder models 10/12 HK, 16/20 and HK 20/30 HK and the six-cylinder model 30/40 HK. Was published in 1912, the four -cylinder model 6/8 HK with transmissions and axles Malicet & Blin.
A car of this brand still exists.