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British Motorcycles

Davis

Davis was a motorcycle produced in 1911.

The machine was called the Davis Double and was a motorcycle attached to a wide-bodied sidecar in which both driver and passenger sat. The engine was usually an 8hp JAP V-twin, but there were options of Chater-Lea sprung forks or a 4hp single-cylinder engine. The body contained the controls and there was also a screen, hood and dash.

Sources: Graces Guide



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