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Peugeot Motocycles :
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who have made history in Peugeot Motocycles according to your interests
2015
Launch of the new SpeedFight scooter
Peugeot is updating its legendary sports scooter - more than 500,000 copies of the Speedfight sold! - with an ever more radical look.
2015
The very first restaurant opened in France near the Louvre celebrates 250 years.

John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles its first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.

2016
First historic victory of Team Peugeot Motocycles Saxoprint in Moto3 ™
John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles its first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.
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2016
France wins 42 medals at the Olympic Games in Rio and beats its record after the war.
2017
New Peugeot Metropolis
With its new ABS system, the New Peugeot Metropolis combines performance and practicality to embody the new generation of scooters to perfection.
1810
Creation of the Peugeot Freres company
This is the time when the company only manufactured steel, in a mill turned into a foundry.
1810
The Vendome column is inaugurated.
1825
Construction of the Valentigney plant
The site is now the headquarters of Peugeot Motocycles and hosts the Peugeot Metropolis production line.
1825
Inauguration of the first railway line in Great Britain.
1890
First Peugeot Type 2 car
Like Ford with the T, Peugeot created the event by unveiling its famous model Type 2.
1890
Vincent Van Gogh paints "Almond blossom" in Saint-Remy-de-Provence.
1898
Birth of Peugeot Automobile & Cycles Limited Company
The company is now considered a French manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles.
1898
Pierre and Marie Curie discover radium.

In 1898, at the seventh Cycle and Automobile Show, Peugeot Motocycles presented the first motorcycle equipped with a Dion-Bouton engine. Peugeot Motocycles is the oldest manufacturer of two-wheelers in the world.

1898
First Moto Peugeot Motorcycles
In 1898, at the seventh Salon du Cycle et Automobile, Peugeot Motocycles presents the first motorcycle ...
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1898
The Lumiere brothers make a camera and shoot the first French film Sortie de usine. The Eiffel Tower is just 10 years old!

In order to accelerate its development, Peugeot is exploring a technology still unknown at the time: the combustion engine. Swiss experts: Ernest Zürcher and Hermann Lüthi.

1901
ZL Motorcycles
To accelerate its development, Peugeot is exploring a technology still unknown at the time ...
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1901
The French population passes the milestone of 40 million inhabitants. In town, the maximum speed allowed by car is 12km / h.

Equipped with a ZL engine or Peugeot, the latter is placed in the centre of the improving performance.

1903
Motocyclette 2HP
Equipped with a motor either ZL or Peugeot, the latter is placed ....
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1903
Line 2 of the Paris Metro is inaugurated. First telephone link between Paris and Rome. Departure of the first Tour de France.
1905
First Moto equipped with a 45 degree V-twin engine
World Premiere: Launch of a motorcycle equipped with a 45 degree V twin-cylinder engine
1905
Birth of Jean Paul Sartre in Paris.

British rider Rembrandt Fowler wins the race on his motorcycle Norton equipped with a Peugeot motorcycle.

1907
Victory of the first Tourist Trophy race of the Isle of Man
British driver Rembrandt Fowler wins the race on his motorcycle ...
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1907
Languedoc wine growers revolt to obtain more social benefits.

Paul Péan pushes his bike up to 122 km / h and allows Peugeot to market the model edition "special sport" at a price of 3,000 francs.

1914
World record of km launched at 122.49 km / h
Paul Pean pushes his bike up to 122 km / h and allows Peugeot ...
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1914
The Panama Canal is inaugurated.
1918
Peugeot patriot: delivery of motorcycles to the French army
During the First World War, Peugeot supported the French army by delivering 1,069 motorcycles.
1918
Peugeot Motocycles celebrates its 20th anniversary.
1927
The P105
The highly anticipated P105 motorcycle is presented at the Motorcycle Show and inaugurates a more modern line.
1927
Charles Lindbergh crosses the Atlantic Ocean by plane.

The P108 expands the range with a 250cc, the first model of a line that will have two derivatives: the P111 and the P112 (in production until 1940).

1928
The return of Peugeot to the 250cc
The P108 expands the range with a 250cc, the first model of a line that will count ...
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1928
Le Corbusier begins the work of his villa Savoye in Poissy.

The beginning of the 30s is profitable for Peugeot Motocycles which records record sales: 18,602 units sold in 1930, that is 85% of progression in 4 years.

1930
The golden age of the motorcycle
The beginning of the 30's is profitable for Peugeot Motocycles which records record sales ...
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1930
Ray Charles was born in Albany, Georgia.
1931
Motorcycles
Peugeot markets the first motorcycles that prefigure the future mopeds of the brand.
1931
The kids discover the Iron Man superhero from Marvel Studios.
1933
Motorcycles for globe-trotters
To achieve his tour of Europe, Robert Sexe rode the bike P107, released in 1928.
1933
Air France officially takes off in August at Le Bourget airport.

Eugene's youngest son developed Peugeot's most powerful motorcycles: the P115 and P117 (350cc) and the P515 and P517 (500cc).

1934
Antoine Peugeot and the power
Eugene's youngest son develops Peugeot's most powerful motorcycles ...
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1934
The island of Alcatraz officially becomes a federal prison.
1934
Victory at the Bol d'Or in the 500cc class
Camille Narcy wins the Bol d'Or on the handlebars of his P515 number 62.
1934
Appearance of the Popular Front who will get paid holidays for all in 1936.
1945
Birth of mopeds 100cc and 125cc
Peugeot inaugurates a range of small displacement models.
1945
French women vote for the first time.
Peugeot S55
1952
Victory of the P176 bike at the Bol d'Or
Ride by the preparer and runner Bouin d'Orleans at 89,529 km / h.
July 3, 1952
Eisenhower is elected President of the United States.

With its paneled body and luggage compartment in the front, the S55 line evokes that of the 203, the automobile that embodies the renaissance of Peugeot after the war. 60 years later, the legendary S55 will inspire the Peugeot Django.

1953
Launch of the S55 scooter
With its panel body and luggage compartment at the front, the S55 line evokes that of the 203 ...
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1953
Queen Elizabeth II accedes to the throne of England.

This is the evolution of the S55 which met a great success that year, because of the explosion of sales of scooters throughout Europe.

1955
Launch of the S57 scooter
This is the evolution of the S55 which meets a great success that year ...
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1955
The aviator Jacqueline Auriol breaks the speed record by reaching 1,087km / h.
1956
Saigon-Paris in S55
17,000 km, 4 months of adventure and a single puncture!
1956
In bookstores, Françoise Sagan's Some Smile Becomes a Best Seller. Romy Schneider plays Sissi in the cinema.
1957
Launch of the S57 C scooter
This is the last Peugeot scooter of the 50s.
1957
Marcel Pagnol writes The glory of my father.
1957
The range of mopeds
At the Cycle Show, Peugeot presents its moped BB.
1957
1968
Launch of moped 101
This entry-level product allows Peugeot to increase its sales volume.
1968
The XV of France wins the Tournament of 5 Nations. Disney's Jungle Book comes out at the movies.
1970
Launch of 103, Peugeot's cult moped
Effective, timeless, inexpensive: the 103 is displayed as the worthy heir of the model 101.
1970
The Beatles are separating.

More than 550,000 mopeds sold. The Peugeot 103 moped Vogue was born.

1974
Record sales of the 103
More than 550,000 mopeds sold. The Peugeot 103 will give birth ...
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1974
Discovery of Lucy, Australopithecus skeleton more than 3 million years old.
1983
Launch of SC / SX scooter
Peugeot returns to scooters by marketing the first two-wheelers with plastic fairing.
1983
The last Star Wars (VI) of the first trilogy comes out in the cinema. Motorola markets the first mobile phone.

40 years after the first rally, 3 Champenois adventurers renew the exploit in Squab 50cc. Their journey will last 3 months and will definitely anchor this adventure in the legend Peugeot Motocycles.

1996
2nd edition of Paris-Saigon
40 years after the first rally, 3 Champenois adventurers renew the exploit in Squab 50cc ...
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1996
Death of Francois Mitterand.

For its electric scooter, Peugeot chooses a more advanced technology than that of its competitors: nickel-cadmium batteries.

1996
Launch of Scoot'Elec
For its electric scooter, Peugeot chooses a technology more evolved than that ...
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1996
Birth of Doly, the first cloned sheep. The GPS system becomes operational.
1997
Launch of the SpeedFight scooter
The suspension single arm is an important asset for the conquest of the market of sports scooters.
1997
WTO decides to liberalize financial flows.
1998
Launch of the Elyseo scooter
It takes the aesthetic codes specific to cars to seduce motorists tired of traffic difficulties.
1998
France becomes world champion in football. The dinner of cons is projected on the screens.
2001
Launch of the Looxor scooter
This is the first Peugeot big wheels scooter for emerging countries.
2001
The first tourist in space is Dennis Tito. This Californian businessman will board the Soyuz TM-32 mission for a 7-day flight and docking at the International Space Station.
2002
Launch of the Elystar scooter
Peugeot innovates again with the first scooter equipped with ABS braking.
2002
The Olympic Games are held in Salt Lake City.

Passionate about motorcycles, Antoine Peugeot is the initiator of the "big power" motorcycles of the brand, several times victorious at the Bol d'Or.

2002
Death of Antoine Peugeot
Motorcycle enthusiast, Antoine Peugeot is the initiator of motorcycles "great power" ...
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2002
The Euro becomes the single currency of 11 countries.
2003
Launch of the Jetforce scooter
First scooter racy profile and sporty.
2003
"The first automatic radar is installed in France, the Concorde is making its last flight between Paris and New York."
2004
Launch of the Ludix scooter
Peugeot Ludix is a scooter made in France and marketed at a low price: less than €1,000.
2004
Commemoration of the 100 years of the abolition of slavery.

The association with Chinese Qingqi is now essential to assert the presence of the group on a continent in full expansion.
 

2006
Association with Chinese Qingqi to conquer Asia
The association with Chinese Qingqi is now essential ...
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2006
The Cannes Film Festival celebrates its 60th birthday.

The Peugeot Satelis rolls in the footsteps of the Elyseo scooter and targets a clientele of motorists in search of a new urban mobility.

2006
Launch of the Satelis scooter
The Peugeot Satelis rolls in the footsteps of the Elyseo scooter and aims ...
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2006
Send the first tweet on Twitter.
2008
Launch of the Vivacity scooter
This two-wheel is the result of the alliance between Peugeot Motocycles and Qingqi dedicated in 2006.
2008
Ingrid Betancourt is released after 6 years of detention by the FARC.

The brand is now shining thanks to its first Peugeot Avenue brand room, where the automobile and motorcycle ranges are presented.

2010
Opening of Peugeot Avenue
The brand is now shining thanks to its first Peugeot Avenue brand room ...
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2010
Liberalization of the online betting market. Realization of the first total facial transplant.

The Vivacity being a commercial success, an electric version is proposed to all those who seek a mobility respectful of the environment.

2011
Launch of the E-Vivacity scooter
The Vivacity being a commercial success, an electric version is proposed to all those ...
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2011
French cinema is jubilant! Untouchables beat all the records while Jean Dujardin is Oscar winner thanks to the film The Artist.

Mobility is evolving thanks to Peugeot's 3-wheel scooter offering more security. The brand goes even further by offering an optional side airbag.

2013
Launch of the Peugeot Metropolis scooter
Mobility evolves thanks to the Peugeot 3-wheel scooter ...
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2013
Benedict XVI renounces his functions as pope. François succeeds him.

With its neo-retro line, the new Peugeot scoot renews the legendary S57 and traces the contours of an even more stylish mobility.

2014
Launch of the Django scooter
With its neo-retro line, the new Peugeot scoot renews the legendary S55 ...
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2014
The Rosetta probe lands on comet 67P.

PSA sells 51% of Peugeot Motocycles to the Indian manufacturer, and retains 49% of the capital as well as the use of the brand image. This collaboration allows for greater internationalisation and paves the way for future products.

2015
Mahindra, the new actor
PSA sells 51% of Peugeot Motocycles to the Indian manufacturer, and retains 49% of the capital ...
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2015
Just a century ago, Albert Einstein presented his theory of general relativity, which has since been recognized around the world.
2015
Launch of the new SpeedFight scooter
Peugeot is updating its legendary sports scooter - more than 500,000 copies of the Speedfight sold! - with an ever more radical look.
2015
The very first restaurant opened in France near the Louvre celebrates 250 years.

John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles his first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.

2016
First historic victory of Team Peugeot Motocycles Saxoprint in Moto3 ™
John Mc Phee gives Peugeot Motocycles its first Moto3 ™ victory at the Czech Republic Grand Prix in Brno.
Learn more
2016
France wins 42 medals at the Olympic Games in Rio and beats its record after the war.
2017
Nouveau Peugeot Metropolis
With its new ABS system, the New Peugeot Metropolis combines performance and practicality to embody the new generation of scooters to perfection.
1810
Creation of the Peugeot Freres company
This is the time when the company only manufactures steel, in a mill turned into a foundry.
1810
The Vendome column is inaugurated.
1825
Construction of the Valentigney plant
The site is now the headquarters of Peugeot Motocycles and hosts the Peugeot Metropolis production line.
1825
Inauguration of the first railway line in Great Britain.
1890
First Peugeot Type 2 car
Like Ford with the T, Peugeot created the event by unveiling its famous model Type 2.
1890
Vincent Van Gogh paints "Almond blossom" in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.