British Motorcycles


AEB produced motorcycles from 1913 to 1914.

The AEB machines were built in Sweetman Street in Wolverhampton. The name came from the initials of the originator - A. E. Bradford - who was a schoolmaster. Before World War I Bradford had built some machines in his Wolverhampton premises. They had proprietary engines and parts and were probably built to order. The AEB marque was short lived as Bradford then went on to use the name De Luxe.

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