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British Motorcycles

Hubbard

Hubbard was a motorcycle produced in Much Park Street, Coventry, between 1904 and 1905.

  • The machine was a forecar fitted with an inclined 4½ hp water-cooled engine, separate two-speed gearbox and flat-belt drives. There was the option of chain drive and also, for trade use, a carrier basket that went in place of the usual passenger seat.


Sources: Graces Guide



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