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French Motorcycles

Lucer Cyclomoteurs

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufacturer: Lucer 1953-1959 ¹

7 Rue de la Sous Préfecture
Hazebrouck (Nord)

Lucer production figures:


    1954: Mopeds 50cc: 5,153 and 100cc mopeds: 635.
    1956: Mopeds 50cc: 6,116 and 100cc mopeds: 358.
    1957: 50cc Mopeds - 10,772; 100cc mopeds - 189; 125cc mopeds - 4 (and 10,050 bicycles).

In 1956 Lucer merged with several other companies: Gentil, VAP, and Rhonson. Lucer machines remained on the market until at least 1960.

In 1957 there were 105 employees at the Lucer factory

Engines:
Lucer used AMC and Aubier Dunne, and later Sachs and Ydral

Lucer Models include:
Ondine 1956, 49.9 cc Himo engine, the first moped with plastic bodywork.
Type GD 1 1959 49.9cc VAP engine
Trilucer 1959 Triporteur 49.9cc Sachs engine
Triton moped, with pressed-metal chassis and rear supsension
Baroudeur 98cc
AK3 & AK6 98cc Sachs 1957-58
Types 563, 570, 571, 572, 572, 573, 590, 591, 592, 593
SK 1, SK 2

Notes
1. Some sources indicate later that 1959.

Bibliography
l'Industrie du cycle à Hazebrouck by Jean-Pascal Vanhove. ISBN 978-2-9528949-1-3

Sources zseft-zundapp.com, Cyclememory.org et al.



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