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LEJEUNE - 1970 (FRANCE) 

LEJEUNE 

 
 

In 1947, the brothers Roger and Marcel Lejeune, former amateur cyclists, settled down and began to manufacture cycles. 

 
 

In January 1974, Cycles Lejeune bought, moved and settled in the free premises of the Société Suze-Pernod at 39 avenue du Général Leclerc in Maisons Alfort. 

 
 

In the years 1950-60 the Lejeune cycles had bought a small builder whose brand was called Sauvage. The bicycles were marketed under the name Sauvage-Lejeune. 

The Maisons-Alfort factory closed in 1998 and production is relocated to Morocco. 

 
 

Model Race - 1970 "Interclub" 

 
 

Steel Frame 

 
 

Seatpost: Steel 

 
 

Crankset: STRONGLIGHT 

 
 

Derailleurs: SIMPLEX 

 
 

10 speeds 

 
 

Brakes: MAFAC "Racer" 

 
 

Stem: PIVO 

 
 

Aluminum handlebars: PIVO 

 
 

Aluminum casing wheels: RIGIDA 

 
 

Saddle: UNICANITOR (Italy) 

 
 

Weight: 10,100 kg