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British Motorcycles

Westlake

Westlake was a motorcycle produced between 1905 and 1906 by Anthony Weslake of London.

A 7hp machine was built, fitted with an 816cc V-twin engine, for the International Cup race. It weighed 112lb/50.8kg, pulled a high gear, and claimed a speed of 70mph/112kmh, but was not selected for the Cup team.

Westlake then offered to build 4hp touring versions of the machine, but it is not thought that there were any takers.


Sources Grace's Guide



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