British Motorcycles

New Courier

The New Courier Cycle Company produced a De-Dion powered motor tricycle in 1899 at Alexander Street, Wolverhampton.

The name appeared again after the end of World War I, when the manufacturers of the Olympic motorcycle produced low-cost alternative models from their Granville Street, Wolverhampton premises from 1922 to 1923. These were of medium weight with a variety of engine and gearbox combinations, as the frame layout had been specifically designed for a choice of specifications.

Sources: Graces Guide and History Website UK

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