British Motorcycles

New Revolution

New Revolution was a motorcyle produced in 1903. It was sometimes known as the Revolution.

The company offered a primitive machine powered by a 2½hp engine fitted with a special carburettor. It was supposedly able to maintain power and run on an equal mixture of petrol and paraffin. Nothing became of the project.

Sources Grace's Guide

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