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 amalgamated with the Automoto Group under Peugeot and the name Terrot faded out.A Brief History of the Marque From 1887 to 1935 Terrot was based at: 2 rue Andru-Colomban DIJON Charles Terrot, a personal friend of Gottlieb Daimler, made his fortune from knitting machines for which he filed a patent when he was 20 years of age. Terrot offered three engines: Faure, Givaudan and Zedel.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.
The G model, introduced at the Paris Salon of 1925, came in two versions, the Sport and Touriste.The one with Terrot and a crest on a black background. Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Sat Jun 14 2014 colin.moody at uk Frame No Location Terrot 100cc around 1939 I am having trouble locating the frame number on my motorcycle could you possibly help me with this problem and tell me where I can locate it? The engine number is 265439 but I can't find the frame number.Can anyone tell me where it can be found or what it should be, please?I've just finished teh restauration and it seems tha t you donunt hav this model in your collection DK SKanderborg Wed Mar 14 2007 theblakes at dslextremedot com 1929 Terrot I would like to restore this cycle I just purchased. It did not come equipped with front or rear lights. Jean-luc Contact Jean-luc jldubato at tele2June 6th 2006 ...I've enclosed some pics of a scooter I've just got my flippers on.