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British Motorcycles

Ribble

Ribble was a motorcycle produced in 1903.

The machine was powered by a 400cc MMC engine and with direct-belt drive. Typically primitive, it was ridden by W. Bottomley at the Southport Speed Trials held in the October of that year.


Sources: Graces Guide



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