British Motorcycles


Rockson motorcycles were produced in Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, from 1920 to 1923, by a well-established iron and steel firm.

  • 1920 The make first appeared, having been built by the company owners who enjoyed riding their own machines in competitions. Their choice of engine was the Villiers 269cc and a variety of transmissions was offered.
  • 1922 They added 348cc and 499cc Blackburne sv engines with three-speed Burman gearboxes.
  • 1923 It is thought that production amounted to some 400 machines by that time and that half of them were exported to India. Although the motorcycles were reliable and well-fiished, production came to an end.

Sources Grace's Guide

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