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Vintage 1934 Terrot HLG 350cc Motorcycle Start Up

Terrot of Dijon was the largest motorcycle manufacturer in France for much of the first half of the twentieth century, having absorbed Magnat-Debon in the late 1920’s. During the early 1920s Terrot built JAP powered 350cc machines with 2 speed gearboxes.

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The G model, introduced at the Paris Salon of 1925, came in two versions, the Sport and Touriste. Later that year the H model appeared with a Terrot engine and much improved front suspension./via/read more: classic-motorcycle

The late twenties also saw the production of a Blackburne powered 174cc racing bike, and in 1937 another racing model had a transverse V-twin of 498cc.

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After WWII they built a range of ohv singles up to 500cc in capacity, a number of two-strokes and some rather nice scooters. In the 1950s they almalgamated with the Automoto Group under Peugeot and the name Terrot faded out.This 1934 model has a complete electrical equipment and it´s a good runner.//classic-motorcycle

Manufacturer: Terrot
Model: HLG “Tourisme”
Year: 1934
Displacement: 350cc
Engine type: 4-stroke / sv
Cylinders: 1
Bore/stroke: 70x90mm
Top speed: 90km/h