Thanks to Peugeot’s great passion and astounding innovations, its cycles and motorcycles have emerged as world leaders -
both in competition and in the public eye. Peugeot is one of the rare manufacturers to be on a par for its 2, 3 and 4 wheelers.
With Armand Peugeot at the helm and following tests on the Grand Bi, Peugeot launched its first series-manufactured, chain-driven bikes and trikes at its Beaulieu plant.
Following its 1898 motorized trike launch, Peugeot presented its first 198 cc, 1.5hp motorbike.
Between 1901 and 1939, Peugeot showcased 61 models that ranged from 100 to 745 cc.
In 1934, its P515 (495 cc) beat an incredible nine world records, including the 3,000 km race where it clocked an average of 118 km/h.
Peugeot now offered a 100 to 250 cc range of mopeds and motorbikes.
Peugeot launched the production of its S55 and S57 scooters with a design that was reminiscent of their 4-wheeled 203 sister.
Record-breaking sales occured with the P103 and P104 series in the moped market (limited to 50 cc), where Peugeot has been at the forefront since 1949.
Scooters were back in fashion in the early 1980's and as a result, Peugeot launched its SC and SX series, the first scooters designed with plastic bodywork.
The PY10 FC revolutionised racing bikes with its carbon-composite frame. It gained a great reputation from both professionals and amateurs.
Anticipating its customers’ wishes, Peugeot Cycles launched the first off-road bike in France.
Peugeot formed a partnership with Cycleurope who became responsible for both manufacturing and marketing, and eventually became the owners of the entire production process.
Following on from the success of the Elystar, Peugeot’s first ABS series-equipped 125 cc scooter, the brand launched its Satelis and Geopolis GT scooters, inspired by the automotive world.
Peugeot's first electrically-assisted pedal bicycle (EAPC) is unveiled as part of an overarching vision of mobility.
PSA sold 51% of Peugeot Scooters to the Indian manufacturer Mahindra, while retaining a 49% stake and the use of the brand image.
This collaboration favoured greater international relations and paved the way for new products.
As a nod to history, two adventurers succeeded in completing the trip from Paris to Ho Chi Minh City on Django scooters, in tribute to Serge Gracium and Michel Vaslin who made the reverse journey in 1956 on the Peugeot S57.
In a world where access to major city centres is increasingly restricted, in 2017 Peugeot became the first car brand to market new multi-mode mobility solutions.
The e-Kick electric scooter, available with the 3008 SUV (in Europe only) and the eF01 electric folding cycle (available with the all-new 5008 SUV, launching later in 2017) complement the latest models and allow greater freedom in urban travel.