Kleuster a manufacturer of solutions for professionals

After a career spent working with professionals from various backgrounds and understanding their mobility needs, Gérard Têtu embarked on a new challenge in 2012: to offer them a tool that would enable them to carry out their activities effectively in today’s cities.

The Lyon-based company Kleuster was born of this ambition, a name chosen in honor of the reflections of several working groups composed of experts in their field. These consultations and valuable expertise were at the origin of the creation, in 2014, of Freegônes, an electrically-assisted cargo bike.

With its unique design, Freegônes reflects the ambitions of the brand and its founder: to offer a reliable, profitable and durable tool, adapted to all trades and uses. These values have since been proven by the hundred or so professionals who have chosen Kleuster and its Freegônes to offer all their know-how in an urban environment.

100% French




at your service

Gérard Têtu

Founder and CEO of Kleuster

Passionate about today’s mobility

Pierre-Louis Dumas

Technical Director

Expert in industrial vehicles and refrigeration

Jean-Michel Lain

President of Jean Lain Mobilités

Top 20 French automotive
distribution group 

Julien Depéry

Sales Manager

Expert in alternative mobilities

David Cerioli

Finance Manager

Financing and taxation

Alice Thuot

Marketing Manager

Automotive distribution

The strength
of a group

Jean Lain Mobilités’ ambition is to meet the expectations of its customers and prospects by offering them alternative travel solutions. This ambition has long been realized through the creation of a range of services designed to facilitate mobility, but also through the acquisition in 2020 of Kleuster, a company built 8 years earlier by Gérard Têtu.

Jean Lain Mobilités distributes Kleuster and its electrically assisted cargo bikes through Jean Lain e-city, its subsidiary dedicated to alternative mobility. Kleuster has been added to a portfolio of brands specializing in small utility vehicles, unlicensed vehicles, scooters and motorcycles, all of which are 100% electric.