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British Motorcycles

J. C. Dalman and Sons

Dalm was a motorcycle produced from 1914 to 1915 by J. C. Dalman of Birmingham.

The make was very short-lived and was a lightweight two-stroke machine typical of the era.

Although the motorcycle itself soon disappeared, the Dalm 318cc engine with bore/stroke of 73x76mm remained available as a proprietary unit until well into the next decade.

Marques which employed these engines included:

  • Aurora
    Grose-Spur
    Hansan
    J.N.U. (1920)
    Kelly
    Maxim
    Neal-Dalm
    Nickson
    P & S
    Supremoco
    Symplex
    Wheatcroft
    Venus
    Weatherell


Sources: Graces Guide, et al.



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