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Millard

The Motor Cycle, 6 August 1914, the Millard, ladies model with a 1hp JES engine – courtesy Dave Richmond

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LDE

L.D.E. Motorcycles Frank Desborough ran an engineering business in Commercial Road. In 1951 he built a machine to compete in the Isle of Man T.T….

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Juckes

Juckes motorcycles were built by the Efficient Engineering Company, which was set up by T. C. Juckes.  The Efficient Engineering Company specialised in gearboxes, engines…

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JP – the Impregnable Motorcycle

JP were the initials of John Piggott of Cheapside, London, who produced a motorcycle early in 1913. This machine had a 2.75hp engine, belt drive and sprung forks….

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Rova-Kent

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…

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Craven

I just found a story in The Motor Cycle’s Olympia Show preview, 1913: “The Craven Motor Co., 116, Greenwood Road, Dalston Lane, N.E., market a …

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AB – Lindblad

Motorized Drott bicycle made by Lindblad in Stokholm in early 1920s. Velociped AB Lindblad was a Swedish bicycle manufacturer and distributor. They built their own…

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A.V.

A.V. – 1903 – 2 hp The A.V. Motor Co. was based in Aston Lower Grounds, Witton, Birmingham. They were manufacturers of cycle motors and…

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Ireland

Ireland, 1912, made by Ireland’s Garage, Cleveland Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. The Motor Cycle mentions a 450cc single and two twins of 584 and 634cc,…

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Woodrow-JAP

The Woodrow was a British cyclecar and motorcycle manufacturer based in Stockport from 1912 to 1915. Woodrow primarily made cyclecars. The 1913 cars were powered by a choice…

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