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British Motorcycles

Martinshaw

Martinshaw were motorcycles produced from 1923 to 1925, in Twickenham, Middlesex.

  • 1923 The company started with an ambitious range, all fitted with Blackburne engines, stretching from the 348cc sv single to the 998cc V-twin.
  • 1924 The range had shrunk to the 348cc sv model and the similar 545cc sv. Both had Sturmey-Archer gearboxes and all-chain drive.
  • 1925 The two models continued . Moss gearboxes were standardized and a couple of ohv models were tried. One had a 348cc Blackburne, the other a 349cc oil-cooled Bradshaw. It was their last year.


Sources Grace's Guide



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