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British Motorcycles

Auxiliary Wheel Sidecar

Auxillary Wheel Sidecar was a motorcycle produced from 1905 to 1906.

The company was located in Child's Place, Earls Court, London. Late in 1905, at the Stanley show, they introduced a sidecar attachment. Fitted to the left side of a bicycle, it carried the engine which drove the sidecar wheel by chain and belt. A wicker chair was fitted above this to carry a passenger.


Sources Grace's Guide



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