British Motorcycles


Eagre was a motorcycle built in Gainsborough, Lincolshire in 1920.

The machine had a 348cc Precision two-stroke engine, two-speed Sturmey-Archer gearbox and chain-cum-belt drive. Typical of the post-Great War period, it was very short lived.

At least one example survives and is in the hands of a private collector.

Sources: Graces Guide, Phil Meggett

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