1932 | Saroléa 32A Touriste

 

EUR 8,500 JPY 1,095,310 BGN 16,624 CZK 208,514 DKK 63,257 GBP 7,094 HUF 3,057,195 PLN 38,984 RON 42,033 SEK 88,819 CHF 8,828 ISK 1,237,600 NOK 85,098 HRK 63,996 RUB 758,752 TRY 129,945 AUD 13,368 BRL 51,921 CAD 12,047 CNY 60,599 HKD 74,622 IDR 137,575,135 ILS 30,459 INR 717,645 KRW 11,475,255 MXN 197,068 MYR 40,178 NZD 14,335 PHP 490,688 SGD 12,888 THB 315,936 ZAR 145,229

 

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste

Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
Saroléa 32A Touriste
1932 | Saroléa 32A Touriste

EUR 8,500 JPY 1,095,310 BGN 16,624 CZK 208,514 DKK 63,257 GBP 7,094 HUF 3,057,195 PLN 38,984 RON 42,033 SEK 88,819 CHF 8,828 ISK 1,237,600 NOK 85,098 HRK 63,996 RUB 758,752 TRY 129,945 AUD 13,368 BRL 51,921 CAD 12,047 CNY 60,599 HKD 74,622 IDR 137,575,135 ILS 30,459 INR 717,645 KRW 11,475,255 MXN 197,068 MYR 40,178 NZD 14,335 PHP 490,688 SGD 12,888 THB 315,936 ZAR 145,229

 

Netherlands

 
Touring Bike
7/9 kw/hp
Thijs Lempens

Yesterdays

  • Vehicle details

    Vehicle data
    Make Saroléa
    Model 32A Touriste
    Year of manufacture 1932
    Type Touring Bike
    Chassis number 52002
    Engine number 32A 53002
    Exterior colour Black
    Technical details
    Engine design 2 stroke
    Power (kw/hp) 7/9
    Cubic capacity (ccm) 349
    Cylinders 1
    Starter Kickstarter
    Transmission Manual
    Gearshift Manual Gear Change at Tank
    Drive Chain
    Fuel Petrol

Description

The firm was established in 1850 at Herstal( Liege) as an arms factory by Joseph Saroléa.
In 1892 the production of bicycles was started. Joseph died in 1894 and under the management of his sons the company grew bigger and bigger.
In the early years of the new century the company started to develop motorized bicycles and soon Saroléa was a force to reckon with: around 1907 the firm employed some 200 labourers and had 4000 m2 of production facilities. In the early years of the century Saroléas were sold in Britain under the “Kerry” brand.
Both singles and V twins were made and the firm supplied engines to a number of firms in several countries.
In turn, Saroléa used a number of British components such as Sturmey Archer gearboxes and AMAC carburettors.
In the 20s the firm got successfully involved with long distance runs, reliability trials and hill climbs.
From 1927 on the company made its own gearboxes and early in 1929 the factory was extended to some 6000 m2.
Nearly all components of the bikes were made in-house now and the production capacity grew to 50 machines per day.
Later in 1929 a brand new state-of –the-art production facility was commissioned which brought the production capacity to 75 machines per day. Saroléa was ready for the new decade and showed this by bringing out a fine new range of sloping engine ohv machines in December 1930.
The 350 cc model had a bore x stroke of 75×79 mm, the 500 model measured 80.5 x 97.
The new engines had two-port exhausts and dry sump lubrication with the oil being kept in a forward compartment of the crankcase. At the end of 1931 the side valve singles also got the new dry-sump engine.
The Model 32A delivers [email protected],200rpm, good for a top speed of 90km.
The weight of the 349 cc machine is around 130 kg and the petrol consumption amounts to 3 litres per 100km.
This 1932 32A post-vintage touring machine is fitted with full electric lighting and steering damper.

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Thijs Lempens
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