Talbot was a moped built by a bicycle dealer named H. J. Talbot of Northwood, London.
He used a 49cc Mini-Motor engine, hung under the open frame ahead of the pedals to drive a counter-shaft with clutch by V-belt with chain to the rear wheel. It was also fitted with pedalling gear with a two-speed Derailleur, Webb girder forks, stirrup brake at the front and drum brake at the rear.
The transmission system was soon revised and the Derailleur gear and counter-shaft was replaced with two-speed Albion gearbox. To give the machine some style, the belt and chains were concealed by shields.
Production was limited and would have stopped when the engine supply dried up.