Barnson was a motorcycle built in 1923.
Less than a dozen of these machines were built by A. C. Barnes in his Barnes Garage workshop in Wokingham, Berkshire. Typical of the era, the machine had a lightweight Villiers engine and either direct-belt or chain drive. Specifications would have varied as these top quality motorcycles were constructed to customer specification and according to the availability of components.
Tue Dec 20 2016
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Barnson Motor Cycle
Photos of the Barnson Motor Cycle, a rough pencilled advert giving details, The garage site and A C Barnes in the workshop with his father.
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