Brief History of the Marque: Shaw
Made in England between 1904 and 1922, initially with Kelecom and Minerva engines. The first machine was built by Sidney Shaw, son of Ambrose who had been building bicycles in Crawley, West Sussex, since the 1880s.
They may have been associated with Shaw Mfg. Co. of Galesburg, Kansas, USA, who made bicycle attachment motors from quite early on, and built complete complete motorcycles from 1912 to 1914. The American Shaw of 1912 was a single of 15
cubic inches with belt drive, rigid front and rear, and Schebler carburettor. Other models used the Breeze carburettor.
Tue Jul 15 2014
storminnorman64 at msn.com
1909 250 cc ?
all parts-need info
Thu Aug 26 2010
1909-1914 shaw motorcycle information
1909-1914 shaw motorcycle information Engine motor number 4193 (No model identification)
Hi, my name is Cesar Solis from Argentina. I'm working in a 240cc shaw motorcycle restauration and I need information about it. I really don't know the date model but I've got the engine number (4193), so, If you know something about it just tell me.
Since now thank you
Mar del Plata, Argentina
Tue Jun 30 2009
lynette77 at gmaildot com
Shaw Rebuild engine
Would like details on rebuilding engine. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Please Contact Greg @ 248-391-1796
Orion, MI 48359
Tue Jan 27 2009
sw1200hd at aoldot com
1904 or newer single
i am looking for a shaw motor
Fri Jun 22 2007
cobrajd at aoldot com
1912 - 1914
I have a Shaw Motorcycle engine to sell!
Tue Oct 17 2006
bobwoodcarver at jackpine.net
If anyone is interested in Shaws I have a number of the original ads in my literature collection I could copy and email.
Thu Dec 01 2005
andre-rene-liebig at t-online.de
Suche Bilder von Shaw Motorbikes (Fahrrad+Motor) von ca1911 150ccm oder 115ccm Aluminiumzylinder
Robotrans: Would seek pictures of Shaw Motorbikes (bicycle motor) of c1911 150ccm or 115ccm aluminum cylinder
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