This company built small motorcycles for children. Called the Bushboy,
they used parts from home and abroad. The engine was by Morini
with an automatic gearbox and the front forks were Paioli. The frame and other components were British. They were
offered in three seat-heights and although most machines were intended for off-road use, a road model was also
available. The motorcycles were normally fitted with wire wheels, but a smaller, cast alloy type was an option.
Wed Oct 16 2013
Some Pictures of the Bushboy
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