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British Motorcycles

Chandler

Chandler was a motorcycle produced in 1921, by J. P. Chandler of St Botolph's Road, Shepherdswell.

It was a miniature machine, based on a ladies' safety-cycle with sprung forks. It had a 1½hp JES engine fitted to the frame, behind the steering wheel, and was very lightweight at 80lb/36kg.


Sources Grace's Guide



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