Entrop was a Dutch bicycle and car brand from the 1900s
The company Gravemoersche Rijwielen- en Motorrijwielenfabriek in Gravenmoer was headed by Marinus Entrop. From 1906 bicycles were produced. 1909 began the production of automobiles. In the same year the production ended. Of the four automobiles produced, two were sold within the Netherlands, one to Brazil and one to the Dutch East Indies .
The company made tricycles with the single wheel in the front. The drive was provided by an air-cooled engine mounted behind the front wheel. The choice was a single-cylinder engine with 417 cc displacement and a two-cylinder engine with 813 cc displacement. The weight was 400 kg. For steering served a lever steering.
The four-wheeled model was more luxurious than the tricycle and could be equipped with a proper steering wheel.
Automotive manufacturer Gravenmoer, Netherlands From 1909