British Motorcycles

Blumfield Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

Blumfield motorcycles were produced in 1903 and from 1910-1914.

•These machines were built at Lower Essex Street, Birmingham, from 1910 onwards.

•1903 The earliest model with the Blumfield name, powered by a Minerva engine, was known to have been running around Birmingham.

•1910 The marque reappeared and ran in the TT. Two production models were available. Typical of the era, they had 5hp or 7hp V-twin engines, belt drive and sprung forks. 

•1912 Singles and twin ranging from 3.5hp to 9hp were offered as well as a two-speed gearbox. They also supplied fittings to the trade. 

•1913 They entered the TT once again but were not successful. 

•1914 Motor engineers. Specialities: motor cycle and cycle car engineers. [1] 

•1914 No further motorcycles were produced after that year. 

Sources:  Graces Guide

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Triumph 1927 fitted Wive a 670 air cooled v twin
Blumfield engine air cooled 670 1911 one barrel is damaged Is there anyone out there that can sleeve it Desperate to save the engine

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Fri Jan 24 2014
jendale at slingshot.co.nz
Blumfield motor cycles
Blumfield 350cc watercooled
I have a Blumfield water cooled motor of about 350cc plus its radiator. I would like to find a picture of the motor cycle it was fitted to and any information that is available on this model.
Thanks Dale

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