NOVEMBER 30th, 1922. Page 855
The Olympia Show.
3½ H.P. MODEL.
39 x 79 mm. (496 c.c.); single cyl. four-stroke: overhead valves; mechanical lubrication; Binks "Rat- trap" carb.; chain-driven mag.; 3-sp. gear; chain drive; 650 X 65 mm tyres. Price £100
John Wallace, Cedar Road Works, Enfield Highway, London
The above is a specification of the standard sporting model Duzmo, which, on Saturday evening, when The Motor Cycle report was completed, had not arrived on its stand. It arrived on Monday.
Although it may seem paradoxical to say so, the Duzmo sports model is the standard type, the touring model being a supplementary design for the sidecarist. This gives the cue to the machine, which represents one of the earliest efforts to give the sporting motor cyclist a machine that is something more than a semi-stripped modification of a touring model. Today it is not alone in this respect, but the fact that it was among the first in the field entitles it to respect. In designing the engine, and, indeed, the whole machine, an attempt has been made to combine a high road performance with a reasonable degree of comfort. To this end the inclined o.h.v. engine is laid out so that the gases are allowed the freest possible ingress and exit, and combustion head and valve passages have a highly polished finish. Frame design and tyre size contribute towards ease of handling for long-distance riding.
More information: Duzmo 496cc 1923
Touring and Racing Flat Twins.
2¾ H.P. Model.
60.5x60 mm. (348 c.c); flat twin cyl. four-stroke; side-by-side valves; drip feed lubrication; Amac carb.; gear-driven mag.; 2-5p. gear; no clutch or kick-starter; chain and belt drive; 26x 2¼in. tyres. Price £50.
Douglas Motors, Ltd., Kingswood, Bristol.
For many years the Douglas motor cycle has held a position on the market entirely of its own...
Continued: Douglas Models for 1923
Italy's Advanced Design.
6 H.P. Model.
70x78 mm. (600 c.c); twin-cyl four-stroke; side valves; drip feed lubrication; Amac carburetter; chain-driven mag.; 3-sp. gear: clutch and kick-starter; gear and chain drive; 26x3in. tyres. Price: Solo £135; with sidecar, £150.
Bianchi Motors, Ltd., 26, St. James Street, London, S.W.1.
Emanating from an old-established car factory in Milan, Bianchi motor cycles are notable for their fine detail finish. The workmanship...
Continued: Bianchi for 1923
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