Posted in Uncategorized

The HT

HT motorcycles were produced from late 1922 to 1924 by Arthur Hagg. The initials originally stood for Hagg Tandem (produced under that name from 1920…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

The Hagg & Hagg-Tandem

“An experimental model [has been] designed by Mr Arthur E Hagg, 151, Audley Road, Hendon, London, NW, who has held the post of assistant chief…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

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…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Mass

“Having a girder frame constructed of V-section pressed steel, the Mass motor cycle is interesting as showing the trend of design in Germany. The transmission…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

The Portland

Maudes Motor Mart added to its stock with a model of its own: the Portland, powered by a 2¾hp, 269cc Arden two-stroke driving through a…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Romp and Romper

Romp and Romper were motorcycles produced from 1913 to 1920. This firm assembled machines using the 3½ hp Precision engine and other bought-in components. Production was small-scale and…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Hemming

1922 Hemming -This bike is unique having been designed and built-in 1922 by a motorcycle dealer in Weston Super. The name ‘Blackburne’ on the tank…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Scale and New Scale

The Scale 350 c.c. Two-stroke. A Two-speed Lightweight with Automatic Lubrication. THE Scale two-stroke motor cycles enjoyed quite a good reputation for sturdy construction before…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Ruffells

From 1919, The Motor Cycle announced it: “A new motor bicycle, unknown to the motor cycle public, came unexpectedly into our hands at Plymouth on…

Continue Reading...
Posted in Uncategorized

Gonthier

Gonthier, in Liege, built engines for other brands and especially built a 750cc OHV inline four in 1910 for a motorcycle built by Atéliers, known…

Continue Reading...