Blackburne Motorcycle Engines
Brief History of Blackburne Engines
Blackburne engineers Cecil and Alec Burney built complete motorcycles and proprietory engines which were used in numerous English and Continental machines including:
Thomas Gillett was the founder of Burney & Blackburne.
The Blackburne factory was in Tongham near Farnham, Surrey.
Between 1923 and 1930, riders Norris, Beart and Jackson obtained considerable success with Blackburne KMA, KMB (racing engine) and KMC (sports engine) powered machines. (source)
The Burney motorcycle is related.
More on the history of Blackburne
Sun Jan 18 2015
baufink at hotmail.de
Blackburne HP 8
Who knows something about this engines?
Blackburne-1925c-SV-V-Twin-Engine.jpg will be posted-1504
Thu Nov 13 2014
africaclassics at gmail.com
blackburne 350 engine year?
blackburne 350cc by stroke and bore
No engine no only ss and casting numbers cj 995, ohv
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Tue Apr 08 2014
ing.gagliardi at progter.it
I find head for this engine
Blackburn 350 cc
I find head for this engine. I think it is a 350 cc engine blackburn, but I'm not sure. Can you help me?
Blackburne-350-Perugia-1.jpg will be posted-1404
Wed Sep 04 2013
Blackburne Ner a Car B
Can you please tell me if this piston is Ner a Car?Hepolite no. 4814...
Mon Oct 01 2012
Hello, I just bought an old bike with a Blackburn engine. Typ GGD. Who can give me more informatios about. Thanks
Wed Jun 02 2010
Tileman17<at>msn dot com
Model and Price
Blackburne Not Sure
I am not sure what year and model this Blackburne engine is. I also am curious what the value is on this engine?
Wed Apr 28 2010
lisa.cutler1<at>btinternet dot com
I have inherited this engine from my father. I would like to know its value.
The page on Vintage Motorcycle Valuations may prove helpful.
Blackburne EX3565 WM
Thu Oct 23 2008
mat.435 at hotmail dot com
blackburn motor ohv 350cc twinport
ihave parts for blackburn 350 ohv cylinder and top searching a bottom with outside balancewheel
Wed May 23 2007
350cc Blackburne OHV
I am looking for a 350 cc Blackburn OHV arround 1926 to buy...
See under Magnat-Debon
Tue Mar 06 2007
norman.ratcliffe at ntlworld dot com
I think these engines were made in Tongham, Surrey and my old grand father worked there?
Fri Dec 08 2006
peter at housman.fsbusiness.co.uk
I have just bought a Blakburne M/c in pieces I am told it is 1919 but I know nothing of these bikes. If you have any info on these bikes I would please cover any costs etc. Peter
Sun Aug 27 2006
tascili at tiscali.co.uk
I'm doing a bit of research on my grandad who used to work at Burney Blackburne. Is the company still in existance? Where can I find out more about this company?
Sun May 07 2006
rmorris761 at cox.net
1921 - single
Today I ran across a 1921 Blackburne, equipped with a Corvette sidecar for sale. I had never heard of a Blackburne before. Is there a place that information on these is available?
It was on display next to a stop on a poker run I was on. It was in West Point, NE outside of Peterson's Autobody. I guess they restore old cars there and did so for the owner of the
Blackburne. The guy from Peterson's said the owner wanted $21,000 for it.
Mon Feb 20 2006
Rudipeters at t-online.de
Dieser Motor soll wieder laufen. Leider ist nichts uber die Herkunft bekannt. Bitte helft uns wenn jemand diesen Motor kennt. Blackburne, Nr.:JB117
Robotrans: This motor should run again. Unfortunately is nothing confessed over the origin. Please helps us if someone knows this motor. Blackburne, Nr.:JB117 sews Hamburg
Blackburne SV industrial
1st March 2005
BLACKBURNE 350cm3 engine at Ebay.fr
Suit Motobecane New Map, Magnat Debon Automoto Stylson
26th January 2005
Blackburne item on Ebay
Antique motorcycle Blackburn engine original 1920s
An original Blackburn side valve engine, that turns over with compression. Looks to be around 350cc and date from the 1920s. No carburetor or magneto, timing cover has had a slot cut out. Engine # 1c4853.
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