VA Doué, 7 place de la Charité, Lyon
Motorcycles, tricars and engines. The engines were both singles and V-twins, and some were water-cooled.
The Type D 3¼ h.p. has a two-stroke single cylinder engine mounted low in a bicycle-style frame using belt drive plus a chain for the pedals. Brakes front and rear, no suspension.
One of the machines from their 1903 range is a Clément Autocyclette, as marketed by Aiglon in France and Garrard in England.
Motorcycle production ended in 1905, and the firm was acquired by Maurice Comte prior to 1913.