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British Motorcycles

Toboggan Tricar

Toboggan Tricar was a motorcycle produced in 1905 by a company of that name of Terminus Chambers, Holborn Viaduct, London, EC, and assembled at works in Phipps Street, Finsbury, North London.

Two models were offered, a 4hp single and a 6hp twin, with the frames constructed around Chater-Lea fittings. They had a variable gear and a reverse facility, but did not have conventional gears or clutches. Its makers did not give any further informaion on the chosen method of operation.


Sources Grace's Guide



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