The first Diamond motorcycles were built
in 1908 by D. F. & M. Engineering Company, initially powered by Belgian FN single cylinder and V-twin engines,
Their first J.A.P. machine appeared in 1912, and by 1915 they had moved to a new factory in Wolverhampton.
fmppster at gmail.com
My father used to describe riding on his 98cc Diamond motor cycle from Wolverhampton, where he worked to Cornwall, where he courted my mother. It had a segmented leather belt drive, no clutch, no gears and was bump staryed, taking advantage of a decompression control. Gas generator in headlamp with rubber pipe to rear light. Can anyone identify the model and its age. A picture would be wonderful.
Thank you for any help available.
Diamond were producing belt-drive machines as late as 1925, but all those recorded here are much larger than 98cc.
stu.henke at hotmail.com
1927 Diamond sports model
To whom it may concern,
I am looking for either the drawing for the chain guard and the leather saddle bags for the above mentioned Diamond.
Or a copy of the workshop manual for the above mentioned Diamond model.
Tue Aug 19 2008
direzione at goldmaxgioielli.it MOTO DIAMOND MOD. C YEARS 1915
I would like to have information on a house producing
moto: diamond. And if possible I would like to have information on a motorcycle
diamond mod. c.
If you have a queryabout Diamond motorcycles, or wish
to share some information about these classic British machines, please