British Motorcycles

Little Giant

Built by the Little Giant Motocyclette Co., 101, High Street, Uxbridge in Middlesex in 1914.

The machine was a single model powered by a 225cc 2hp Precision engine that drove a two-speed gearbox incorporated in the crankcase. Either belt or chain final-drive was available. There was also a ladies' version fitted with Druid forks.

The make was short lived due to the onset of war.

Engine - 2 h.p. two-speed Precision unit, four-stroke.
Iqnition - U.H. magneto, chain-driven.
Carburetter - B. and B. or Amac.
Change Speed - Two-speed gear in crank case, gears from to 25 to 1.
Transmission - Belt or chain
Dimensions - Height of saddle from ground, 28in. Grounc clearance, 4in. to 8in. Wheelbase, 52in.
Lubrication - Hand pump.
Other Features - Druid forks. Hutchinson tyres. Weight about 110 lb.
Price - 25 to 30 guineas.

Little Giant Motocyclette Co., 101, High Street,. Uxbridge

British Lightweights, 1914

Sources: Graces Guide, The Motor Cycle

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