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British Motorcycles

Craven

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Craven Four-Seater Combination

The body has side doors, is coachbuilt, and of not unpleasing design, while the upholstery is comfortable. The machine, which, like the sidecar, is built by the Craven Motor Co., 116 Greenwood Road, Dalston.

Craven was a motorcycle produced from 1913 to 1914 in London.

The make was very short-lived and the company produced a combination powered by an 8hp JAP V-twin engine fitted into a long frame with leaf-spring suspension. There were leading-link forks at the front and transmission was by chain and gearbox.


Sources: Graces Guide



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