DISRAELI DOCUMENTS

Automoto

L-As main document image Super-As main document image L-As main document image


see also TCF Rev Mens 08/1922 - La Semaine d'Auvergne

see also TCF Rev Mens 08/1922 - La Semaine d'Auvergne

T.C.F. Revue Mensuelle August 1922 - La Semaine d'Auvergne scan 1 thumbnail


see also TCF Rev Mens - 06/1923 Les résultats du 5e Championnat de la Bicyclette polymultipliée

see also TCF Rev Mens - 06/1923 Les résultats du 5e Championnat de la Bicyclette polymultipliée

T.C.F. Revue Mensuelle June 1923 - Les resultats du 5e Championnat de la Bicyclette polymultipliee scan 1 thumbnail


see also TCF Rev Mens 07/1923 - Automoto ad

see also TCF Rev Mens 07/1923 - Automoto ad

T.C.F. Revue Mensuelle July 1923 - Automoto advert thumbnail


see also TCF Rev Mens 08/1923 - Automoto ad

see also TCF Rev Mens 08/1923 - Automoto ad

T.C.F. Revue Mensuelle August 1923 - Automoto advert thumbnail

Automoto was established in 1898 in St-Étienne as a manufacturer of bicycles and tricycles. Like many other cycle companies, Automoto quickly added motorcycles to its product range.

Automoto was a byword for quality of design and manufacture, with both its bicycles and its cycle parts held in high regard. Its location in St-Étienne also put it right at the centre of the fevered development of the derailleur geared bicycle and, between the wars, Automoto consistently fitted the latest models.

In the early 1920s the company first adopted and then took over the manufacture of L’As and the Super As derailleurs.

I believe that Peugeot took over the Automoto company in 1930 and finally stopped using the Automoto brand in 1962.

Share this page