British Motorcycles

Auto Engineering Co

Auto Engineering Co of Coventry produced motorcycles as AEC

  • 1914 In July of that year a single model was introduced. It had a 211cc two-speed, two-stroke engine. Steel strips kept the engine in place in the frame and it was fitted with Saxon forks. In most other respects it resembled other makes of that period. Little more was heard of AEC following the start of World War I a month later.

They introduced a single model in July 1914. It was powered by a 211cc two-stroke engine that drove to a two-speed, crossover gearbox by chain and belt final-drive. The engine was held in place by steel strips that ran at the level of the top of the crankcase. Fitted with Saxon forks, the machine was very like any other of the period.

Little came of the make as World War I started the following month.

Sources: Graces Guide

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