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British Motorcycles

Kingsland

Kingsland was a motorcycle produced in 1902, in North London.

This machine was a typical primitive with vertical aiv engine, single-speed belt drive and rigid forks. It had curved down-tubes and seat-tubes which followed the line of the wheels. The lower frame-tube ran along from the crankcase front, at crankshaft level, past the pedal shaft to the rear wheel in a straight line. The make did not last long.


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