British Motorcycles


Randall was a motorcycle produced in 1912, by a firm in Wanstead, London.

A machine was built with rear suspension of semi-elliptic springs, which made the task very awkward. Saxon forks were fitted at the front and a 3hp JAP engine drove the rear wheel by belt.

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