1910 This firm produced a pair of singles fitted with 2.5hp JAP
and 3.5hp Precision engines,
belt drive and spring forks.
1912 By now they were using 3.5hp and water-cooled 4.25hp Precision
engines and a 3.5hp JAP
for the TT model. The motorcycles were fitted with two-speed Bowden
gear, Saxon forks, oil tank mounted
on the saddle tube, and fully enclosed chain final-drive.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of motorcycles see the 1917
1914 A 269cc Villiers two-stroke
model was added to the range. Typical of the type, it had two-speeds, belt
drive and Druid forks.
1915 That model was joined by a similar one with a 349cc Peco
engine, plus a four-stroke model with a Villiers
engine and another with a V-twin King
Post War, the company moved to Smehwich, in Staffordshire, but only had
one model. This was fitted with a 269cc Villiers
engine, either with direct-belt drive or two speeds and chain-cum-belt