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Monet & Goyon Motorcycles

Monet-Goyon was a French motorcycle manufacturer, founded in 1917 by the engineer Joseph Monet and his financial backer Adrien Goyon in Mâcon, France.

Industry Motorcycles
Founded 1917
Founder Joseph Monet
Adrien Goyon
Defunct 1959
Headquarters Mâcon, France

Brief History of the Marque
Made in France 1917 to 1959 (another source says 1915-1957)
59 rue du Pavillon
MÂCON (Saône-et-Loire).

Well known in sporting circles, the Macon factory - which also produced Koehler Escoffier motorcycles - built numerous Villiers and MAG powered machines up until 1939, and resumed production of smaller motorcycles and scooters after the war, ceasing production in the mid 50s.

Monet-Goyon started life in 1916 as an un-powered tricycle manufacturer for disabled servicemen injured in WWI, by 1919 they were building in-wheel powered motorcycles and by 1922 they had acquired a license to build Villiers two-stroke engines in France. 2 years later in 1925 they picked up a license to build Swiss designed MAG engines.

Monet & Goyon Engine Models include:

  • 1HP 1/2
  • MG 25
  • L.
  • L.3.
  • A.L.3.
  • L.S.3
  • L.S.3.S
  • A.L.S.3
  • A.L.S.3.S
  • MG 35 n1
  • MG 35 n2
  • MG 35 n3
  • L.5.A.
  • L.5.A.1
  • Motorox M 21

Monet-Goyon Villiers Engines 
Models include: Villiers - License Monet Goyon :

  • T 41
  • T 41 G
  • S2G
  • 10D - T43
  • 10D4 - T43
  • M18
  • T 42
  • 200cc 3 speed
  • 200cc 4 speed
  • 232cc 4 speed
 

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