Made in England by Ascot Motor Co., London, from 1905 to 1906, these machines from the early years
of motorcycling used Minerva and Antoine engines.
From Graces Guide:
Ascot Motor Co
Ascot produced motorcycles from 1904 to 1906.
1904 The firm was based in Pentonville Road, London. The machines were typical of the era - fitted with a single cam 2.75hp engine usually Minerva or Antoine types, and a band brake to the front wheel. They listed a forecar as well as a solo.
1905 Power increased to 3hp and magneto ignition was an option. Also listed was a 1hp French import, which had a belt-driven engine hung from the downtube and braced forks.
1906 Nothing more was heard of Ascot after that year.