French

Camille Foucaux Cyclomoteurs

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured:
La Société Construction Moderne de Cycles, 130, rue de Bagneux, Montrouge (Seine)

Camille Foucaux (1907-1976) was a professional French cyclist who won many cyclo-cross championships from 1926 to 1933.

Powered by a Vap engine, the B46 was presented at the 1950 Paris Salon. It had excelled in the Tour de France and was therefore given that name.

Models include:

B 46 1950 Tour de France Cyclomoteur

T 90 100cc two-stroke

B54, B55, T87, T89, V60

Sources: Cyclememory.org, mo-ped.se



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