The discovery of this motorcycle. This story begins very conventionally. An ad in a classifieds website. EVANS 110cc, 1919 to sell. Almost complete. With its administrative documents for use on roads. (This is required here, even for old vehicles) I give a phone call. A woman answered. She tells me she sells all the things collected for years by her husband. (Old telephones, bicycles, cars, etc..). He dies in 2010. I explain that I am interested in buying one of his motorcycles. We discussed. At the end, I give my name. She laughs. She said :''We have the same name ! My name is the French translation of yours !''. Her name is Ms Le Priol. My name is PRIOLO. My roots are Italian. We become friends. She explains that her husband, Jean LE PRIOL, was a well known cyclist racer. He was born December 8, 1936. He raced the Tour de France in 1963.1964 and 1965. He was in the team MARGNAT - PALOMA - DUNLOP. MARGNAT is a French wine producer. PALOMA is a French motorcycle manufacturer. (I'm not 100% sure of this information. It may be a homonym). He has won many local cycling events. He raced until 1970. He bought the bike in 1960 in the Ardennes. It never started. She was exposed to decorate a room in his house. I have a friend who collects convertibles. I told him about a 1938 Rosengart, Ms. LE PRIOL wants to sell. He went to northern France. It's Only 900 km. This is nothing compared to the distances to cross in some big countries. But it's still quite expensive and it's still a lot of miles to do for us. He bought the car. He brought me the bike at the same time, to thank me for having found the car for him. Here are photos of Jean LE PRIOL, the motorbike in his garden and the arrival of the motorcycle.