A Brief History of the Marque
Founded in 1984 by Chevalier et Confort in St Etienne, they built a variety of components including frames and hubs. Their first motorised bicycles appeared in 1950, and they continued with a variety of models through to 1955.
Engines employed were Poulain, Himo, Zunker, Lavalette, Mistral, Junior, Martinet, Vap, Mistral, Sachs, Ydral and AMC in capacities of 49cc to 175cc, the majoritiy of them twostrokes.
1954 model Ra 1 Deluxe, 125cc AMC 4T, rigid rear, telescopic forks.
1954/55 Ra 2 125cc AMC 4T, plunger suspension
Ra 3 Grand Luxe 175cc AMC fourstroke engine, plunger suspension.
Sat Apr 02 2016
jtibbins at hotmail.com
We have a Lavalette French Racer, Spirit of St Ettie. We believe it is 1945. Frame type RL 894. Engine no. 705E PK13 880.
We would like more information please about the motorcycle and its value. Many thanks Jayne Tibbins.
The bike is a Racer, possibly an RL. Date is most likely 1953. Engine number 705E PK13 880
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