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British Motorcycles

New Crescent

New Crescent was a motorcycle produced in 1912.

This motorcycle was typical of the period with a 5 h.p. Precision engine mounted in a conventional frame with Druid forks, and belt drive to a three-speed Armstrong gear in the rear hub that also contained the multi-plate clutch.

It was a rare marque and only one machine has survived.

    The Crescent, probably by Rudge, is unrelated.

Sources Grace's Guide



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