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British Motorcycles

Wallace Batchelor

Wallace was a motorcycle produced from 1904 to 1906, by Wallace Batchelor of Kingston-on-Thames, in Surrey.

He built forecars using a 4hp water-cooled White and Poppe engine in a well-made design. The transmission was by chain drive to the rear wheel and included a clutch, while the machine was fitted with footboards to improve rider comfort.


Sources Grace's Guide



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