Belgian Motorcycles

Jeecy-Vea Motorcycles

Made in Belgium
from 1923 to 1927

These Belgian-built machines had flat-twin engines of 498 and 688cc by Coventry-Victor, and Watelet 748cc sidevalve engines. King Albert I of Belgium rode one of these machines.

A Brief History of the Marque

22nd August 2005
Michaël Reyntjens
RM2 at chello.be

Belgian motorcycle : Motos Jeecy-Vea.... from 1923 to 1927 , watercooled 750cc flat twin from COVENTRY-VICTOR. (Engeland). (see atachment)

Construction of motorcycles (under licence?) by : Jean WATELET   and Jacques VERGOTE de LANTSMEERE ........
in their factory named : Ateliers de la "Bruxelloise d'Auto- Transport".
                         Adress : rue du Frontispice, n° 83.
                                          Brussels Belgium

          Sales Shop : rue Defacciz, n° 30.
                                          Brussels Belgium

From 1926 on they changed to small cars (voiture légère ) provided with a watercooled 750cc flat twin, from COVENTRY-VICTOR. (Engeland).
17 Hp at 3500Rpm.
Model : Coventry Climax
Bodywork : Torpedo model, they made even a cabriolet.
Very few were made and the company went bankrupt in 1927
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