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British Motorcycles

Pitcher and Bartlett

of Holland Park Avenue, London

PB was a motorcycle produced in 1903 by Pitcher and Bartlett of London.

Late that year the firm built a motor tandem with its 2.75hp Chapelle engine fitted between the two riders. It had crossed flat belt rear-wheel drive and the frame was designed for a gentleman at the front and a lady at the rear. The crossed belt arrangement made it very short lived. Sources: Grace's Guide



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