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British Motorcycles

Runwell

Runwell was a motorcycle produced between 1913 and 1914, at works in Lawson Street, Birmingham.

The machine had a TDC 3½hp engine with U. H. magneto, B and B carburettor, Albion free-engine clutch or an Armstrong three-speed hub, rim brakes and Saxon forks.

The make was very short lived.


  • Note: The Perfect was produced at the same works.


Sources Grace's Guide



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