A Brief History of the Marque
Constructed by by Marcel Seurat, Queirel Piron and Cosson at Route de Saint Germain, Rosières-près-Troyes in the mid-1970s. These were competition machines which did very well in 1974/75 in the 125cc classes at Le Mans and elsewhere. Models included the Cougar, Criterium and Guepard. Fewer than 300 were built using mostly Sachs engines.
Royal-Moto France (RMF) was associated with the Swedish Monark concern. The Rosières firm distributed Monark machines throughout France along with other major accessories - Sidi, Brema, Jofama, Trelleborg, Marzocchi, Bielstein and many more. When Monark faltered in 1974, they began importing KTM.
See also BPS, SPQ and Seurat.
In 2010 the firm, which had moved to Saint-Thibault, was purchased by the former CEO of Piaggio France, Alain Bourdoncle. Financial difficulties became apparent in 2012, and the company was disolved in 2016.