Between 1914 and 1916 the range ramained virtually unaltered. These were early two-stroke machines that were typical of the era, fitted with 269cc Villiers engines and a choice of Amac or Senspray carburettor. There were also several options for the transmission. Other models included a Semi-TT and a ladies' version.
There was a brief appearance in 1919, with the choice of single or two-speed models.
New Ryder Co., Corporation Street, Birmingham.
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