Belgian Motorcycles

Motorcycles built by Lenoble

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured in Belgium 1948-1954

Based in Charleroi, the firm had been building bicycles since the 1920s. With offices and factories in Brussels, the marque was very well known. Their products had brand names rather than models, and they built a variety of them: Andalousia and Boléro came with Sachs engines of 100cc to 200cc; Phénix and Phoenix with engines of 98cc to 250cc, again from Sachs; and Kon Tiki and Saber scooters (1953-1954).

Sources: Wikipedia NL

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