Eadie was a motorcycle produced from 1898 to 1900.
Albert Eadie first formed the Enfield
name in 1893, to produce sewing needles, bicycles and rifle parts.
In 1898 Albert Eadie adapted a quadricycle design by Royal
Enfield to create a motorised tricycle powered by a 2.25hp De
Dion engine. Also used Minerva
and MMC engines. It proved to be popular
but then slipped from sight as Royal
In 1907 BSA took over the Eadie assets
and Redditch factory, but not Royal
Enfield. Albert Eadie subsequently became the Managing Director of