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British Motorcycles

Symplex

Symplex of Alma Street, Birmingham

  • Symplex was a motorcycle produced between 1914 and 1915
  • 1914 The name first appeared in December 1914, on a machine that was probably intended to offer basic transport during the early days of World War I. The engine was a 318cc Dalm two-stroke and the model had two speeds or direct belt drive and Brampton Biflex forks. Like so many other makes of the era, it was very short lived.


Sources Grace's Guide



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