British Motorcycles


Marsh was a motorcycle produced in Station Road, Kettering, Northamptonshire, between 1904 and 1905 by W. P. Brough.

This was a typically primitive machine, fitted with a 3½ hp engine, that was exhibited at the 1904 Stanley show. It had flat belt transmission, tensioned by a jockey pulley. A tandem was also shown.

The make soon disappeared.

There was also an American Marsh built in 1904 in Brockton, Massachusetts. 

Fred Marsh of Southhampton built a very advanced racing four in 1962, and a Moto Guzzi-inspired V8. His work dates back to the early 1950s.

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...