MAG ca. 1924 Velodrome stayer machine 1093 cc IOE V-twin engine# 2C11 A no. 68029
These antique looking giants have been used on cycle tracks till relatively recently because it was very difficult to find modern machines that could match their enormous flexibility: without clutch or gears such a machine could accelerate very steadily without jerking from almost walking speed to about a hundred kilometres per hour.
This machine has primary drive by chain to a countershaft and secondary dive by belt.
For years it has been one of the pacing machines of the Paris Velodrome; until recently it was in the possession of a Paris based car collector.