The Voxan French Motorcycle Company was established in Issoire, France in the year 1995. Some of the Voxan motorcycle company's products were the Nouveau Scrambler, Street Scrambler, Café Racer, the Scrambler, Roadster Limited and the Charade.
It is another motorcycle company, which had produced a number of different models in the French motorcycle industry. The Voxan motorcycle company was considered as one of the great suppliers of motorcycles in the industry of French motorcycles.
It was the great Jacques Gardette who originally established the Voxan motorcycle company and had created the motorcycles which were later known as Voxan motorcycles, with the help of a certain person named Alain Chevallier, who designed the engine of the Voxan motorcycle.
Around 1997, the first model of the Voxan motorcycle company was able to be released under the Voxan Motorcycles name.
In the year 2000, the fantastic Café Racer model of the Voxan motorcycle Company was introduced and the following year, the Scrambler model was also introduced to the French motorcycle industry.
By the year 2002, just to make sure that the Voxan motorcycle company would not be closed, the Didier Cazzeaux Societe de Developpment et de Participation bought the motorcycle company from Jacques Gardette.
In 2003, the new owner of the Voxan Motorcycle Company was able to produce a few more motorcycles. Around 2004, two new models of Voxan motorcycle were released which were the Nouveau Scrambler and the Black Magic.
Every Voxan motorcycles utilised the same engine which was the V-Twin engine.
Original Authors: Gobel Team (Lorraine)
Edit Update Authors: M.A.Harris
Updated On: 03/06/2008