- Displacement (ccm): 350 ccm
- Type of engine: single cylinder
- Maximum speed: 95 km/h
- Weight: 130 Kg
Magnat Debon 350 BST from 1930
In Grenoble, in 1900 Joseph Magnat and Louis Debon founded a firm that started to produce bicycles.
In 1902 the first motorcycle was produced, equipped with a De Dion Bouton engine.
In the years before the first world war the firm prospered and those motorcycles had novel features.
Both founders died at the end of the war and in the early twenties the company got into financial problems.
In 1922 the firm was taken over by the Terrot company.
For a number of years the machines of Terrot and Magnat Debon kept their own identities, however, from 1929 on the machines were practically identical.