He was initially a pilot of motor bikes on Hurtu since 1903.
He is second with the Championship of the World to the Park of the Princes in 1903.
He passes to Alcyon (volunteer by the Gentil head office as pilot tester). World champion of motor bike in 1905, it quickly reaches notoriety and fortune.
He will control motor bikes with 3 cylinders in range (driving Buchet).
It briefly passes to Werner.
It creates, in 1906, its own company of manufacture of engines with Asnières.
After a removal with Courbevoie, it produces, since 1907, of mono and twin-cylinders for motor cycles.
In 1908, it leaves several new engines motor bikes: twin-cylinder flat, three cylinders in range (carrying it to 6,4 L of cubic capacity). It provides engines of this type for aviation to the Frères Caudron and Louis Blériot, which makes its first flight with on October 31st, 1909 (surely éronnée date because the Blériot on July 25th, 1909 crossed the English Channel), of Toury with Artenay, then with which this last crosses the English Channel.
Until the First World War, the production diversifies, with a whole range of star and V-engines, going to 20 cylinders.
It creates, in 1911, a subsidiary company in England, the British Anzani Engine Company, which always exists. This subsidiary company will equip Caudron G3 English during the war.
It manufactures engines with 5 and 10 cylinders (double star of 12,1L of cubic capacity).
Very beautiful motor cycles will be motorized by Anzani during this period (engines 2 and 3 cylinders). Inter alia Montgomery 1000 V2 of 1924 (collapsed engine with lost oil with 4 valves per cylinder).
On one of them, Richard Temple reached the speed of 183 km/h, in 1923
External bondsHistory of the Anzani engines
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