Pringle was a motorcycle produced between 1908 and 1909.
The make was very short lived.
Stand No. 84.
A motor bicycle with a new type of frame is shown on this stand. The Sinclair patent frame comprises three main tubes, two of which extend parallel to one another from the lower end of the steering head, one on either side, with suitable curves to the back forks, to which the rear wheel is connected. The other main tube extends from the top of the steering head to the seat-pillar, all three being brazed together at the bottom of the loop, and completed with the necessary lugs and stays. The frame is of quite original design, and can be used by either a lady or a gentleman. The engine is a 3½ h.p. Minerva, fired by an Eisemann self-contained magneto. An Osborne four-speed pulley is fitted, and a dressguard is provided just behind the engine. A Brooks motor cycle saddle is fitted.
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