Cycles & Motorcyclettes’
Terrot was started as a machinery factory by Charles Terrot and Wilhelm Stucklen in Germany, 1862. In 1887, they opened their second location in Dijon, France. In 1890, the factory started to produce bicycles in Cannstadt. Furthermore, the factory began manufacturing motorcycles as well as in 1902 with the first model Terrot no. 1.
This model was introduced in 1904.
Pictured is a couple on a mountain overlooking the blue sea with the sailboats in the background, and a lovely blue sky. Like most Terrot posters, you see other bicyclists amazed at the galore of the protagonists. The woman pictured is riding the classic Terrot bicycle, while the gentleman front and center is riding the brand new second generation Terrot Motor Bike.
This image is surrounded by a green border.
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