French Motorcycles

Durandal Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

French motorcycle built in Dijon by Philippe Ulbérich from 1926 to 1932.

Constructeur :
Motocyclettes Durandal
21 rue de Reims, DIJON (Cote d'Or)

Around 1000 well finished machines of good performance were built in some 12 different models utilizing modular pressed-steel framework with rigid rear end.

The bikes employed engines from Chaise, Harrissard, Rudge, Zürcher, Sturmey-Archer of 250cc to 500cc.

Models included 250, 350 and 500 Chaise, 350 and 500 Rudge Ulster, and 350cc Zurcher.

Durandal frames were used by Italian manufacturers Itala and Baudo.

Sources: JLB Creations

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