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Blackburne Motorcycles

De Havilland Motorcycles

De Havilland was a motorcycle produced from 1911 to 1913 at Warwick Row, Coventry.

  • 1911 Privately built for several years prior to 1911, the machine was publicly sold that year. The engine had an overhead inlet-valve with a push-rod running through a tube. An outside flywheel and belt drive were used.
  • 1913 The De Havilland became the Blackburne.


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