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Peugeot Motocycles :
more than 100 years of innovation
John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles its first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.
In 1898, at the seventh Cycle and Automobile Show, Peugeot Motocycles presented the first motorcycle equipped with a Dion-Bouton engine. Peugeot Motocycles is the oldest manufacturer of two-wheelers in the world.
In order to accelerate its development, Peugeot is exploring a technology still unknown at the time: the combustion engine. Swiss experts: Ernest Zürcher and Hermann Lüthi.
Equipped with a ZL engine or Peugeot, the latter is placed in the centre of the improving performance.
British rider Rembrandt Fowler wins the race on his motorcycle Norton equipped with a Peugeot motorcycle.
Paul Péan pushes his bike up to 122 km / h and allows Peugeot to market the model edition "special sport" at a price of 3,000 francs.
The P108 expands the range with a 250cc, the first model of a line that will have two derivatives: the P111 and the P112 (in production until 1940).
The beginning of the 30s is profitable for Peugeot Motocycles which records record sales: 18,602 units sold in 1930, that is 85% of progression in 4 years.
Eugene's youngest son developed Peugeot's most powerful motorcycles: the P115 and P117 (350cc) and the P515 and P517 (500cc).
With its paneled body and luggage compartment in the front, the S55 line evokes that of the 203, the automobile that embodies the renaissance of Peugeot after the war. 60 years later, the legendary S55 will inspire the Peugeot Django.
This is the evolution of the S55 which met a great success that year, because of the explosion of sales of scooters throughout Europe.
40 years after the first rally, 3 Champenois adventurers renew the exploit in Squab 50cc. Their journey will last 3 months and will definitely anchor this adventure in the legend Peugeot Motocycles.
For its electric scooter, Peugeot chooses a more advanced technology than that of its competitors: nickel-cadmium batteries.
Passionate about motorcycles, Antoine Peugeot is the initiator of the "big power" motorcycles of the brand, several times victorious at the Bol d'Or.
The association with Chinese Qingqi is now essential to assert the presence of the group on a continent in full expansion.
The Peugeot Satelis rolls in the footsteps of the Elyseo scooter and targets a clientele of motorists in search of a new urban mobility.
The brand is now shining thanks to its first Peugeot Avenue brand room, where the automobile and motorcycle ranges are presented.
The Vivacity being a commercial success, an electric version is proposed to all those who seek a mobility respectful of the environment.
Mobility is evolving thanks to Peugeot's 3-wheel scooter offering more security. The brand goes even further by offering an optional side airbag.
With its neo-retro line, the new Peugeot scoot renews the legendary S57 and traces the contours of an even more stylish mobility.
PSA sells 51% of Peugeot Motocycles to the Indian manufacturer, and retains 49% of the capital as well as the use of the brand image. This collaboration allows for greater internationalisation and paves the way for future products.
John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles his first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.