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New Map Motorcycles

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A Brief History of the Marque

Motocyclettes New-Map

Ets. De Construction Générale Auto-Cycles
Paul Martin (Founded by his father Joseph in 1898)
122 av. Lacassagne LYON (Rhône)

From 1927 to 1957 (1) New Map built numerous models with engines from Chaise, Blackburne, MAG, AMC, Aubier Dunne, JAP, Mistral, Sachs, Opti, Ultima and Zurcher of 48cc to 998cc capacity. These included diminutive mopeds, commuters, minicars, scooters, semi-enclosed "bathtub" styled motorcycles, high-powered tourers and racing bikes.

There were also motorcycles by the same firm sold under Paul Martin marque, small cars as New Baby, three-wheel utilities as Solyto and in Spain under licence as Delfin.

It appears that Motosacoche-France and New-Map shared the same factory in the late 1920s - early 1930s.

See also: New Map Models

Notes: 1) Dates vary; JLB gives 1926-1958.

Sources: Tragatsch, JLB Creations, Wikipedia France


Sat May 20 2017
Sadiec at live.co.uk
Please could you tell me what year, CC and model this new map bike is. And if you have any other information relating to it. Many thanks
Worcestershire

    Ed. Appears very similar to 1947-49 models - the engine appears to be AMC, but the logo is not standard. Anyone know what that engine logo represents.

New-Map-c1949-AMC-qq-Sadiec-Detail.jpg posted in Comments



Sat May 20 2017
mackenzie-steve at sky.com
Gearbox
New Map AMC New map S100
Hi, looking to see if you know where I can get parts for a New map S100, fitted with the AMC 108cc engine
Scotland
English


    Cannot find any info on an S100 New Map. Is there another model type it may be known as, and have you any more shots of the bike, particularly of the engine &/or engine number, and an ID plate if it exists? Ed.

New-Map-1947-S100-AMC.jpg posted in Comments


Sun Mar 27 2016
robin.downing at hotmail.co.uk
Aubier et Dunne engine no. 21228
New-Map 100cc moped  CA1933  P. Martin Lyon, Cadre No 51365
I recently bought this lightweight 100cc bike with A&Dunne engine. I'm anxious to date this engine and bike and why it has P.Martin, Lyon on the headstock instead of New-Map. It has been suggested he was a main dealer. Both brake backing plates are marked New-Map.
Any help/suggestions much appreciated. Thanks, Rob
Wales, U.K.

...........
I attach (I hope) a few pics of my bike. The link you gave suggests that P. Martin owned the New Map company, probably at the time this bike was made. Perhaps he made a few machines with his name on the headstock . It has "New-Map" on both brake backplates the typical pierced fork links, and the large diameter rubber mounted rear sprocket I have noticed on a few other lightweights by this maker. Note, it has an incorrect front wheel on it at the moment and the petrol tank is not the original. Any info, especially on the year of manufacture, would be much appreciated.

Paul Martin is mentioned in an article on Motosacoche France.



Sat Feb 13 2016
bill.dilworth at btinternet.com
information
new map 99cc
Hi. Have seen 1938 New map 99cc 2 stroke. Has twin exhausts but not sure if twin cylinder. 2 speed hand change. Has French registration. Do you have any info and some idea of price range.w
Wigan


Mon May 26 2014
smspendiff at hotmail.com
info on new map new baby motorcycle
new map new baby
Any idea why new map badge has p martin on it instead of new map
isle of wight , uk


Sat Jul 18 2009
jank at algatecdot com
typ JAP 
could you help me - what kind of bike is it?
Dresden


Fri Jun 12 2009
jan.snoeijs at ziggo.nl
new map
new website = www.newmap.nl
breda


Sat Sep 13 2008
paulinealancross at hotmail.com
magneto
new map bl3
hi I am looking for a magneto slip ring for rb magneto on chaise engine or a good magneto for this engine thanks alan cross
spain


Sun Jan 07 2007
jan.snoeijs at tiscali.nl
new-map
website new-map
home.tiscali.nl/motorenvanjan/index.html(404)


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