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Alldays & Onions Motorcycles


Alldays & Onions built motorcycles in Sparkbrook, England from 1903 to 1915. Models included the Villiers-powered Alldays Matchless (no relation). After 1915 they moved to a new factory in Small Heath and marketed under the Allon brand up until 1927. Allon models included a 539cc JAP V-Twin model.

The Alldays name dates back to the 17th century, and the firm merged with JC Onions in 1885 to build all manner of machinery including numerous bicycles and tricycles, and branched into automobiles in the early 1900s. During WWI they built mostly motorcycles, returning to cars on cessation of hostilities. The company changed its name to Alldays Peacock which was acquired by the Spire Group in the 1980s.
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Alldays motorcycle c1913

Sat Nov 13 2010
alldays allon
what is the general value of a 1910 allon missing lights, not running(no spark) but in general good condition.

The page on Vintage Motorcycle Values may prove helpful.

Fri Mar 26 2010
magneto for Alldays allon
alldays and onions allon
i think it was EIC mag that was fitted from 1914 - . Maybe Baby Fellowes 1913. Hope this helps. please send me photos of your bike. thanks

Tue Feb 16 2010
motosdhier at yahoo.fr
What make was the original magneto ?
ALLDAYS ALLON 3HP 2 strokes 1919
Re engine TSA 2023, what make and type of magneto should be used as original please ?
We do hope this period document can be useful. Thanks a lot for your kind help
Pierre Martin
Editor in chief
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Alldays Allon 1919

Tue Apr 17 2007
w.grattan at ntlworld dot com
alldays & onions
Hi there, can you tell me the colour scheme of the petrol tank?

Sun Sep 24 2006
hjvinning< at >hotmail dot com
Oil leak
Alldays Allon 1920
I have an oil leak at back of the drive pulley wheel, after removing pulley wheel I find there is no felt or rubber washer should one be there?
Jersey, CI

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