They’ve been trying to destroy us for 50 days, but the UA people are heroically resisting. We fear nothing, we know what we’re fighting for. We are brave enough to put an end to evil. Stop feeding the RU military machine. Help UA with weapons. Then peace & good will win faster. pic.twitter.com/WdDbZsvZ4e— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) April 14, 2022
A Brief History of the Marque
Manufactured at 74, rue du Commerce, Paris, by Charles Gérald
Also advertised as Gerald
In the early 1920s, Charles Gérald was a well-known agent for Koehler-Escoffier in Paris. In 1924 he launched a motorcycle under his own name, the Charles Gerald, a machine which differed little from many other lightweight two-strokes on the market.
Engines utilised included the 125cc two-stroke L.P.L. (b/s 52mm x 58mm) with a Longuemare carburettor. It has a 5 litre fuel tank and takes a 10% mixture of oil and petrol - a very high amount by current standards but common for the time. It is a single-speed machine with direct drive from the crankshaft pulley to the rear wheel.
Sources: zhumoriste.over-blog.com, Cyclememory.org, sales literature.