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Fleming, Ellis & Fleming, E&L

Pic supplied by Dave Richmond from 1901 Bicycle World and Motocycle Review Built in the USA, 1900. The Fleming Motor Vehicle Co. built engine kits…

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Keating

Pic supplied by Dave Richmond from 1901 Bicycle World and Motocycle Review Keating was a bicycle manufacturer in the USA, who first began manufacture in…

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Viratelle

Marcel Viratelle (1877-1954) built motorcycles, sidecars and cyclecars in the years 1906 through 1924, in Paris and Lyon-Villeurbanne. At the Paris Salon of 1906 Viratelle…

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Slaney

Slaney was a motorcycle produced in 1920 by Slaney Engineering. This machine was constructed around the 689cc sv flat twin Coventry-Victor engine. Similar to many…

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Green

Green were motorcycles produced in 1909 and 1921 by Gustavus Green of Berners Street, London. Gustavus Green had been building water-cooled engines since 1905, but…

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F.E.W. Paramount

Paramount-Duo were motorcycles produced between 1927 and 1928 by FEW. (from Graces Guide) This model was rather unusual as it had two bucket seats and…

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F.E.W.

FEW were motorcycles produced in 1920, and from 1926 to 1928, by F. E. Waller: from Graces Guide 1920 Waller had already exploited the market with his…

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Gordon-Simplex

Gordon-Simplex was a motorcycle produced from 1921 to 1922, by the Gordon-Simplex Engineering Co of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire and of Bournemouth in Hampshire. The machine was…

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LMC

LMC LMC were in operation from 1907-1923. They were founded 1907 by a Mr. W. J. (Walter John) Lloyd and made in Birmingham, U.K.  They used…

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GSC Autocyclette

The GSC Autocyclette was designed by Captain Smith Clarke “who has been responsible for the layout of several well-known scooters”. It was powered by a…

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