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Veloce Ltd., founded in 1905, initially produced four-stroke motorcycles, first with Belgian 'Kelecom' engines, then an F-head design of their own.

Although Velocette were a relatively small company, their products were famous worldwide, so it's worth checking through the countries listed below, you never know what you might find. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, other suggestions we would make are that you contact one of the several owners clubs worldwide for help & advice and / or place an ad in our Wanted & For Sale section further down the page.

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1934 Velocette MAC

Engine Size: 349cc

First Produced: 1933

1934 Velocette MAC

Air-cooled, single cylinder, OHV, 4-stroke engine with a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. The MAC series continued in production until 1959 when it started to be outclassed by other manufacturers using modern technology.

1936 Velocette MSS

Engine Size: 498cc

First Produced: 1935

1936 Velocette MSS

Air cooled, single cylinder 4 stroke engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive. It was launched in 1935 as a 500cc sports version. World War II halted production which did not resume until 1954. The new MSS was a much more modern machine with the same frame as the Velocette MAC and was fitted with sidecar lugs.

1951 Velocette LE Mk2

Engine Size: 192cc

First Produced: 1951

1951 Velocette LE Mk2

Water cooled, 4 stroke flat twin with a 4 speed gearbox & shaft drive. Ex-police machines can be identified by the after market fittings for the police radio. These include the manufacturers data plate being moved to the headstock, the word 'POLICE' stamped under the generator cover and a distinctive V shaped pressing riveted in front of the seat.

1956 Velocette Venom

Engine: 499cc

First Produced: 1955

1956 Velocette Venom

Air-cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder engine coupled to a 4 speed close ratio gearbox & chain drive. This model was produced until 1970 with several modifications along the way & became the best seller in the Velocette motorcycle range. The Venom is now highly sought after as a definitive example of a British sports four-stroke single.

1956 Velocette Viper

Engine: 349cc

First Produced: 1955

1956 Velocette Viper

Air-cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & chain drive producing 28hp @ 7000rpm. Using the same bottom end as its sister bike the 500cc Velocette Venom, the Viper had a lot of chrome plating and was offered in a choice of black or "willow green" paintwork.

1959 Velocette Veeline

Engine: 192cc

First Produced: 1958

1959 Velocette Veeline

Air-cooled, 4 stroke flat twin engine coupled to a 4 speed gearbox & shaft drive. It had a full fairing made of fibre glass that had big windscreen, a fascia panel housing the speedometer and ammeter, as well as a small glove box. The headlamp was mounted on brackets that were fixed in the fairing so that it could be adjusted but didn't turn with the forks.

1965 Velocette Vogue LE

Engine: 192cc

First Produced: 1963

1965 Velocette Vogue LE

Water cooled, 4 stroke flat twin with a 4 speed gearbox & shaft drive. The Vogue first appeared at the Earls Court Show in 1962, but not very many were ever sold, buyers opting for the cheaper alternatives like the Ariel Leader. 

1965 Velocette Thruxton

Engine: 499cc

First Produced: 1965

1965 Velocette Thruxton

Air-cooled, 4 stroke single cylinder OHV engine coupled to a 4 speed constant mesh, close ratio gearbox. A total of 1108 Thruxtons were built, but although it had more power than the Venom the Thruxton could not save Velocette. The company was wound up in 1968, and remaining stock sold until mid-1970.

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