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British Motorcycles

M. Adler

Raglan motorcycles were produced from 1909 to 1913, by M. Adler of Birmingham.

  • They used 292cc, 347cc and 496cc Precision engines, belt drive, hub gears and Druid forks. They also used a 3.5hp engine of their own and a 490cc water-cooled Green-Precision.
  • Production was limited and the name was soon gone.

Sources Grace's Guide



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