Hampstead

Messrs Motors of Hampstead built a lightweight round a two-stroke TDC engine and Albion two-speed box with an EIC mag and Senspray carb with Druid forks and semi-TT bars, However it was not seen on British roads, being built for export to Italy. The Blue ‘Un noted: “No doubt on account of the forward riding position provided, the two-speed gear control is mounted on the front down tube of the frame, where it will be within convenient reach.” April 29 1920 edition of The Motor Cycle

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