Motobecane Classic Motorcycles

Year
Bike
Picture
Description
0
motobecane lt3
motobecane lt3
0
motobecane mb1
motobecane mb1
0
motobecane sp50
motobecane sp50
1924
1924 motobecane mb1
motobecane mb1 1924
1926
Motobecane MB1
1926 Motobecane MB1
Motob├ęcane's first motorcycle, the MB1, was developed during 1923 and entered production towards the end of 1924. A 175cc single-cylinder two-stroke equipped with belt drive transmission, the MB1 sold for 1,375 Francs and was such a success that the fledgling company had to extend its factory to meet demand. A right-first-time design, the MB1 changed little in the five-or-so years it was in production, many of the developments being concerned with rationalisation and the reduction of costs.
1932
1932 motobecane m2, 250cc
motobecane m2, 250cc 1932
1933
1933 motobecane model b
motobecane model b 1933
1933
Motobecane B2U
Motobecane B2U
1952
1953
1953 motobecane d45, 125cc
motobecane d45, 125cc 1953
1955
1955 motobecane moby 125cc
motobecane moby 125cc 1955
1955
1955
1956
1956 motobecane moby scooter - 'type m montagne lux'
motobecane moby scooter - 'type m montagne lux' 1956
3-speed, 125cc. image provided by www.buyvintage.com
1957
1957 motobecane
motobecane 1957
1959
1959
1959
1959
1959
1959
1960
1960
1961
1961
1961
1965
1967
1967 mobylette, 49cc
mobylette, 49cc 1967
1969
1969 mobylette cady
mobylette cady 1969
1971
1971 motobecane x1
motobecane x1 1971
image supplied by www.andybuysbikes.com
1973
1973
1975
1975 mobylette type 50, 49cc
mobylette type 50, 49cc 1975
1975
1975 motobécane 125 gp (championne de france)
motobécane 125 gp (championne de france) 1975
this bike is an authentic official factory gp bike, run by the official motobécane team in the 1975 inter french championship and in some of world championship events. the machine is complete and 100 % original and has been confirmed by its rider michel baloche after an inspection in august 2005. powered by a two stroke, twin cylinder, liquid cooled twin carburettor, dry sump engine. work on the 125 competition motobécanes were started by eric offenstadt in 1974. in 1975 the factory created its own racing department which was entrusted to the engineer jean bidalot in 1976. two riders thierry espié & michel baloche participated in the french & world 125 cc speed championships of 1976.
1975
1975 motobecane mobyx, 49cc
motobecane mobyx, 49cc 1975
1980
Motobecane AV89
1980 Motobecane AV89