Peugeot embarked on the moped adventure in 1949 with a simple bicycle equipped with a Vap engine. The proposed models never stopped evolving allowing the company to become, in 1977, the first French moped manufacturer.
This success is due to the emblematic 103, which crossed the streets for forty-six years, from 1971 to 2017 and which was declined in many variants. Its valve intake will revolutionize the small world of the two-stroke engine and will quickly give an international aura to the mopeds of the Lion brand.
From the first Bima rollers to the hypersports of the 2000s, Peugeot has been able to offer an impressive diversity of motorcycles, covering all genres. This book draws up an inventory, as complete as possible.