The Velocette MAC is a British motorcycle made by Velocette. A reliable single-cylinder, the MAC coped well with the low-grade post war petrol and was a popular commuter and touring motorcycle. Although they started as innovators, Velocette failed to keep pace with developing technology and production ended in 1959.
The MAC was born in 1933, the first version having an engine with a displacement of
350cc and a top speed of 75mph.
The core engine was acquired in the UK. The parts needed to make it a complete engine came from Australia, Canada, the UK, and the USA. Other miscellaneous parts were sourced in countries not mentioned above.