British Motorcycles

Raglan Cycle and Anti-Friction Ball Co

of Raglan Works, Coventry

Raglan were motorcycles produced in 1903, in Coventry.

  • 1896 The company was registered on 4 December, to take over the businesses of Taylor, Cooper and Bednell and the Anti-Friction Ball Co.
  • Late in 1903 the firm exhibited at the Stanley show. The machine was said to have a stout frame and excellent 2.75hp engine. They also showed a forecar with a 3.75hp engine, fitted with a water-cooled cyclinder head. It was very short lived.
Sources: Grace's Guide

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