Aiglon ca. 1920 ca. 250 cc two stroke frame# 126 engine# 2202
Aiglon motorcycles (the name means “young eagle”) were made in France between 1902 and 1953.
Various types of engines were used, in the early years Minerva to name one; in later years also Zurcher, Mirus, Peugeot, AMC and FMC engines were employed.
In 1922 the firm was taken over by Peugeot.
This machine is a sturdily built, well finished two stroke.
Note the wide and well valanced front mudguard and the aluminium primary chain case.
The machine has a two speed gearbox and chain-cum-belt transmission.
The engine sports a substantial outside flywheel and a double barrel carburettor.