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Belgian Motorcycles

Antoine Motorcycles and Engines

Victor Antoine Fils & Cie was a Belgian firm established in Liege in 1899. The company built motorcyles and engines from 1900 until at least 1905 when a four-cylinder 415cc motorcycle was created. It is possible that this engine was designed by Paul Kelecom who worked on the FN four engine and is known to have designed single-cylinder engines for Antoine.

Their machines were quite advanced, featuring brakes on the drive-belt pulley and large cooling fins on the cylinder.

At least two automobiles were offered. One was a 4 hp voiturette. The other, built in 1903, was a 15/25hp car. Automobile manufacture ceased that year.

Marques employing Antoine engines included:

Sources Graces Guide, François-Marie Dumas



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