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British Motorcycles

Wenlock Motors

Wenlock were motorcycles assembled by Wenlock Motors of Hull, between 1912 and 1913.

They used mainly Precision and Arno four-stroke engines with Armstrong three-speed hub gears, but it is known that at least one machine had the 269cc two-stroke Villiers engine. Other components, typical of the era, would have been Saxon spring forks, Eisemann or Bosch magnetos and Brown and Barlow carburettors.

It is thought that only about a dozen machines were constructed before the firm closed down, probably due to the fact that difficulties with the delivery of bought-in parts hampered production.

Sources: Grace's Guide



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