- BMA (v.1 single speed)
- BMA (v.2 single speed)
- BMA (v.2 2 speed)
- 175cc twin-port
- 250cc twin-port
- 250cc OHV 67x70mm
- 350cc SV 70x90mm
- 500cc SV 83x90mm
- SBSB 122.5cc 3 speed, 1952-54
A Brief History of the Marque
The Stainless company was initially located in Lyon before moving to Villefranche-sur-Saône.
Closely associated with Rhony'x, from 1932 to the early fifties they produced 50cc and 125cc two-stroke engines for Astral, Adonis, Captivant, C.P.C., Carpio, Dresch, Durandal, Eriol, Femina, Feminia, Le Grimpeur, Juncker, Lafour & Nougier, Rhony'x, Sphinx, Verlor and other marques.
Notes. Another firm named Stainless was based in Lancashire UK.
Sources: Tragatsch, Wikiwand NL, Cycle Memory