I just came across a 1913 report on the Rova-Kent which I know is in your A-Z but as its Australian I thought you might like the attached pic. The original caption read:  “CWA Korner on his 3½hp Rova-Kent motor cycle, which was built and designed by Messrs Eglinglon and Clarke, of Adelaide. He made fastest time of the day in a hlll-climb organised by the South Australian MCC. Note the engine, which has two inlet valves and two exhaust valves ot the overhead type, and a ported cylinder. The crank case is of gunmetal; a Bosch magneto and B&B carburetter are also fitted.”

Dave Richmond

Author: muzza