Monet & Goyon Auto-Roue (Auto-Wheel) cycle attachment was built under licence and was also available from BSA. The Monet-Goyon version came with a twostroke engine in 117cc, 119cc and 124cc sizes. The device attached to the rear wheel of a bicycle and gave a top speed of up to 30km/h. Also known as Motor-Wheel and Roue-Motrice.
1919 to 1920.
Monet & Goyon VELAUTO type T
This machine used the Auto-Roue (Auto-Wheel) bicycle engine in a scooter-like machine with a platform on which the rider stood, often with a basket rather than a saddle.
Unit construction single-cylinder four stroke engine built by Monet-Goyon, three-speed gearbox - Gurtner carburettor, magneto ignition, tubular frame - parallelogram forks, rigid rear.
The letter L denotes Light, these models having for instance a narrower front guard and less ornate silencer. L versions were generally a bit cheaper.
In 1933 the M3 was renamed ML2.
ML2 Standard, M2 Luxe
Unit construction single-cylinder sidevalve engine built by Monet-Goyon, three-speed gearbox - Gurtner carburettor, magneto ignition, tubular frame - parallelogram forks, rigid rear.
The Luxe model M2 had an aluminium fishtail muffler and larger mudguards.
Koehler-Escoffier Type K
Single-cylinder sidevalve engine built by Monet-Goyon with 3-speed type DD gearbox. Gurtner carburettor, magneto ignition. Tyres 25x3.00
Single-cylinder OHV engine built by Monet-Goyon with separate 3-speed gearbox. Optional sidecar.
Postwar, the LS3 was named the R4.
Single-cylinder 350cc four stroke M.A.G. engine, chain / chain drive, three or four speed gearbox, Zenith carburettor, magneto ignition. Tubular frame with parallelogram forks, rigid rear.
Maximum speed: 85 km/h.
Single-cylinder 350cc four stroke M.A.G. engine (MCS & MCSC OHV, MCSC2 IOE).
chain / chain drive, three or four speed gearbox, Zenith carburettor, magneto ignition. Tubular frame with parallelogram forks, rigid rear.
The MCSC had 200mm drum brakes and 105 km/h top speed.
Single-cylinder 350cc four stroke M.A.G. engine, with separate three-speed gearbox
Options: Electric lighting, lrge diameter headlight, tail light, electric horn
Introduced at the Paris Show in 1930, the machine had a unit-construction wet sump 350cc SV engine by Monet-Goyon with a 3-speed gearbox, 3-ring piston and aluminium cylinder head. It was fitted with a Gurtner carburettor, flywheel magneto, and a QD rear wheel of unusual construction.
Max speed 90 km/h.
Optional lighting kit. Later models had a different flywheel.
The GA model had a variety of improvements including lubricated valves and an optional Albion 4 speed gearbox with foot-operated gear selector. It became the GSG model for 1935-1957.
The CSG replaced the G and GA models and is 10kg lighter, 130kg as opposed to 140kg for the gA. It has the same single cylinder OHV M.A.G. Type 1C14H engine, with separate three-speed gearbox with hand-change on tank or foot control by gear lever. Magneto ignition, MAG carburettor, parallelogram forks with rigid rear. Saddle tank of 11 litres capacity, oil tank 2.2 litres.
Max speed 135 kh/h.
Optional luggage rack and lighting.
Single-cylinder side-valve 350cc Monet-Goyon unit-construction engine with three-speed gearbox, with Gurtner carburettor and magneto ignition. Saddle tank of 10 litres capacity, tubular frame with parallelogram forks which had a large tyre pump mounted on the left, rigid rear end. Aluminium fishtail muffler. The M4 valanced mudguards and more chrome than the ML4.
Wheels and tyres: 26 x 3.50 front and rear.
The M4A was tested by the military in 1933, but a contract with the armed forces was not forthcoming. The similar L4A was later accepted.
Monet-Goyon single-cylinder 350cc sidevalve engine with separate 3-speed type DD gearbox, Amac or Gurtner carburettor. The exhaust muffler was of cylindrical styling, rising from below the gearbox on the left side at an angle of roughly 20 degrees.
Maximum speed: 95 km/h.
Options included enamel paint schemes, chromed tank and guards and stainless spokes.
Monet-Goyon single-cylinder 350cc sidevalve engine with separate 3-speed gearbox, Amac or Gurtner carburettor.
Weight 110 kg, tyres 26 x 3.25 front and rear.
345cc Monet-Goyon OHV engine with dual exhaust ports, three-speed gearbox type DD (4-speed on the PLS4), slightly inclined cylinder
Morel magneto, Brakess 170 mm.
Parallelogram forks and rigid tubular frame
Tyres 26 x 3. 25 F&R.
Weight : 129 Kg - Maximum speed: 115 km/h (125 for the PLS4)
Inclined 350cc OHV engine dry sump with separate four-speed LSS type gearbox, dual exhaust ports, dry sump, parallelogram forks in rigid frame. The ALS4SA Champion de France had as rear suspension.
Single-cylinder 350cc sidevalve engine with separate 4-speed gearbox, carburettor Gurtne, magneto ignition.
Parallelogram forks in rigid frame, sidecar mounts.
The French military order 1500 units.
It is a model that appeared in 1927.
486cc M.A.G. type 1C9H with 3-speed Monet-Goyon Type V gearbox, AMAC TT carburettor, Magneto France ignition, parallelogram forks in rigid tubular frame.
Maximum speed: 128 km/h
486 cc M.A.G. OHV with separate 3-speed close-ratio gearbox, AMAC carburettor and magneto ignition. The parallelogram forks are mounted on a rigid tubular frame with tandem front downtubes with a
flat tank mounted between two upper frame rails. A saddle tank was fitted as early as 1929.
Tyres: 26x 3.25, expanding drum brakes 200mm, dual exhaust ports with fishtail mufflers or abbreviated removable exhaust canisters.
Lighting optional on early models.
486cc M.A.G. IOE (semi-culbuté), separate 3-speed or optional Albion 4-speed gearbox, parallelogram forks in rigid tubular frame similar to that of the H & HA model, as is the tank, with a full saddle tank fitted ca 1931.
Electric lighting standard.
Max speed 110 km/h.
486 cc M.A.G. engine from the 500cc type KA
486 cc M.A.G. IOE engine with separate 3-speed or optional 4-speed gearbox in a single-downtube rigid frame with parallelogram forks. The motorcycle was developed using chassis parts from the LS5 and the engine from the HA.
487 cc single cylinder SV Monet-Goyon engine with separate 3 speed gearbox (4-speed gearbox with LSS type), Gurtner carburettor, rigid tubular frame with parallelogram fork. Sculptured 16 litre fuel tank, 180 mm drum brakes.
Weigth 140kg, max speed 100 km/h.
Optional rear suspension on Luxe version.
LS5: 487cc single-cylinder four-stroke OHV engine by Monet-Goyon
Cast iron cylinder head with dual exhaust valves, AMAC or Gurtner carburettor, magneto igniton
Tubular rigid frame (primitive plunger rear suspension on some late models)
Weight 150 Kg, maximum speed: up to 130 km/ h depending on configuration. A competition LS5C achieved 140 km/h.
The LS5S had a 487ccc Monet-Goyon OHV engine with a separate foot-operated four-speed gearbox
Cast iron cylinder head with dual exhaust valves, AMAC or Gurtner carburettor, magneto ignition
Suspension by parallelogram forks with plunger style at rear.
Max speed 130-135 km/h.
The ALS5 had a 487ccc Monet-Goyon OHV engine with a separate foot-operated gearbox. It weight 150kg and some versions could attain 135 km/h.
From 1937 the Luxe version had plunger rear suspension and was deemed the ALS5SA Champion de France (SA denotes rear suspension).
The L5A had a 487cc single-cylinder side-valve engine and separate 4-speed gearbox with hand-change on the tank, and was equipped with a Morel magneto. The rigid tubular frame had parallelogram forks, 350 x 19 or 26 x 3.50 tyres and a fuel tank of 15 litres capacity.
It was available with Bernardet or Monet-Goyon sidecar.
Over 1600 of the L5A were delivered to the French military. The L5A1 was sold as a 4-speed civilian version during the occupation.
Derived from MG10 1932