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Le Sauvage Motorcycles

E. Sauvage built bicycles and motorcycles at Fives in Lille.

At the 1958 Paris Salon they displayed a dozen 50cc and 65cc machines. They may also have produced a model with a Comet 100cc engine, and some used SER engines.
La Moto Francaise gives the address as 190 rue de Charonne, Paris, and says they built motorcycles of 65cc, 125cc and 175cc from 1956 to 1958.

Possibly related: "In the 1950s and 1960s, Lejeune cycles bought a small manufacturer, J. Beck of rue Réaumur in Paris, whose brand was called Sauvage. The machines are marketed under the name Sauvage-Lejeune."

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