New Scale were motorcycles produced from 1920 to 1925, by Harry Scale in Droylsden, Manchester, who had previously been responsible for the Scale marque.
- 1920 The Scale firm reformed to create New Scale. Various models were produced with Precision two-stroke, Blackburne and oil-cooled Bradshaw singles, all finished in a stylish cerise colour.
- 1921-1923 Various classes of the TT were entered with no success.
- 1924 A fourth place in the Sidecar race at the TT was the best result achieved. They tried out a 147cc Villiers lightweight with two-speed chain-cum-belt transmission. They also listed a machine fitted with a 349cc ohc Dart engine. Towards the end of the year, Harry Scale left the company.
- 1925 With just 349cc Bradshaw and 348cc ohv Blackburne models on offer, the company struggled on for one season before coming to a stop.
- 'The History of New Scale Motorcycles' web site can be found by clicking the following link. 
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