emu
British Motorcycles

John Piggott

JP were the initials of John Piggott of Cheapside, London, who produced a motorcycle early in 1913.

This machine had a 2¾hp engine, belt drive and sprung forks. There was also the option of a hub gear.

Although the motorcycle was listed until the middle of 1914, the outbreak of World War I stopped any further production.

Sources: Graces Guide



If you have further information or a query related to this page, please contact us

Anderson Stands
Anderson Stands
Motorcycle Stands and Workshop Lifts for Sports Bikes and Cruisers
Front and rear stands, single side swingarm stands, workbenches...