Belgian Motorcycles

Mineur Motorcycles

Mineur Logo A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured from 1924 to 1928 [1]

Atelier MINEUR, 93, Rue des Vignes, Liége

Paul Mineur built his motorcycles in the Leige factory from 1924 to 1928. Initially he fitted Bradshaw engines, and later used MAG, JAP and Sarolea engines of 348cc to 496cc in SV and OHV configurations. Output was rarely more than 12 to 15 units per annum.

During the war Mineur went into hiding. Post-war a prototype was created but production did not resume.

N.B. 1. An advertisement for the company appeared stating that the marque had won a GP race on 16th April 1933 for the 500cc class with rider M. Georges Andre.

Sources: vvcc.be, et al.

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