Micromoteur 1922 63 cc two stroke auxiliary engine “ Model A”
The Labinal company was based in Paris, Saint Ouen and manufactured auxiliary engines to attach to bicycles.
The first Labinal Micromoteurs were introduced in 1922 and the production run ended in 1928.
Two types were available, the 63 cc Model A and the 75 cc Model B.
The little two stroke engine drives the front wheel and has a weight of approximately 7.5 kg. Practical speed is 25 Km/hour and fuel consumption is less than 2 litres per 100 kilometres.
The fuel tank holds about1½ litres. This charming early cyclemotor is in excellent original and unrestored condition.