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British Motorcycles

Strutter and Abrey

New Hotspur was a motorcycle produced between 1913 and 1914 by Strutter and Abrey of Tottenham in London.

Very little is known about this make and few were sold. It was typical of the era with a JAP single-cylinder engine, direct-belt drive, hub geas, Druid forks and footboards.


Sources Grace's Guide



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