STYLES: RECUMBENTS, SEMI-HORIZONTAL, VELOCARS

1936-Cycles-Velostable-Recumbent-Bicycle

This earliest model of Mochet’s recumbent ran for only one year. It was so low-slung that it was hard to ride so the riding position was altered in 1933. In the Mochet catalogue it was named a ‘Velo Velocar’ (V.V), but for the first year it was actually known only as a Velocar, bearing the same name as Mochet’s four wheeler.

The machine was so radically diverse that the cycling press loved it. Unfortunately, the racing fraternity disliked it intensely …because it was too fast! It was banned from events, and debates took place over whether it could even be considered a bicycle.

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1932_Mochet_Velocar_05

1932 Mochet Velocar Modele Sport Recumbent Prototype

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1934 Mochet Velocar 2 Roues 05

1934-1936 Mochet ‘Le Velocar 2 Roues’

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1934-1936 Mochet Velo Velocar 01

1934-1936 Mochet Velo-Velocar

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1936-Cycles-Velostable-Velocar-08

1936 ‘Velostable’ Semi-Horizontal Velocar

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1936-Moller-Auto-Cycle-and-Sidecar-05

1936 Moller Auto-Cycle (with Sidecar)

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1936-Triumph-Moller-08-1

1936 Triumph Moller Auto Cycle

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1956-Mochet-Velocar-03

1956 Mochet Velocar CM-125Y Berline

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1970s-Recumbent-Lowrider-28

1970s Lowrider Recumbent

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