British Motorcycles


Knight was a motorcycle produced in 1894, by J. H. Knight of Farnham. He produced a second machine in 1914.

A steam tricar was built circa 1894, and twenty years later the same gentleman produced one powered by a water-cooled four-stroke engine. It had a two-speed gear and a single front-wheel with tiller steering.

Sources: Graces Guide

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