European lightweight Motorized Bicycles

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1903 Anglian, England


1929 Armor, 98cc, France


1913, Austral 248cc, France


1954 BSA 35cc Winged Wheel and Model T94 Lady-Back Tandem , England


c.1953 Cyclemaster 32cc & Philips tradesman's bicycle , England
 
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I consider this one a lightweight. It is an Austrian Puch 125cc (two stroker) from 1969.
Bought it in Florida about 12 years ago. It was in not so good conditions, so I had to learn German to be able to order parts for it.

 

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I have a friend who would spend the night drooling at the screen, he adores those bikes.
 

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1902 Clement Garrard, 198cc. French engine, rest is English


1904 Givaudan, 277cc, France


c.1902 Clement, 148cc, France


Not very lightweight, but interesting. 1906 Lurquin Coudert, France, with plunger rear suspension
 
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1897 Stevens (England) with Mitchell (America) engine


1901 Roper, England


1928 Autobyk


1910 BAT motorcycle, England
 
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1958 Vedette friction driver by Flandria, Belgium


Velosolex type scooter from Finland


1950s Raleigh Superbe with Trojan Mini-motor ‘Gearless Cycle Outboard’, England


Bicycle with 1922 Labinal engine, France


1973 Garelli Baby Mosquito, Italy
 

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1904 racing Minerva, Belgium


1899 Singer Motorwheel, England


1900 Cyklon, Germany


1899 Laurin & Klement, Bohemia (then in Austro Hungarian Empire, now Czech Republic)


1902 NSU, Germany
 
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1906 2hp/250cc Alcyon, France


1906 Rex, note the sliding block front suspension. Britain


1903 Grade 269cc 2 stroke, Germany


1911 Puch 2hp, Austria


1906, Allesandro Anzani and 3cyl W type engine, Italy
 
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Itom Alba 48cc,Italy


1900 Victoire, France


1923 Abra Sport 132cc, Italy


1910 Arbinet Frere, France


1905 Evart-Hall, England
 
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Ludwig II

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Modern vintage imitation by Art Deco Motorcycles of Hungary, the 125cc Furge
 

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1931 NSU Motosulm, Germany


1953 Meister Junior/Mammut Bimbo/Phanomen Hobby, Germany


1948 Sunbeam bike with 1950s Vap4 Engine, England/France


1953 Durkopp with Flink engine, Germany


1919 Royal Sunbeam and 108cc Simplex, England
 

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1976 Safari Fox, by Rovet of Italy


1897 Werner, France


1922 Gnom 63cc 4 stroke, Germany


1926 Moto Rhony 185cc, France


1910 "New Pattern" James hub centre steering, England
 
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1905 Riley, England


1955 Husqvarne Novolette, Sweden


1912 Humber Lightweight, England


1905 Coventry Challenge, England


1911 500cc Rudge single speeder, England
 
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A Croatian home build


1957 Austrian Steyr bike with Serbian Krusik engine


1953 onwards Steyr with Italian Fuchs engine
 
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