R and P were motorcycles produced from 1902 to 1906. This company
built primitives using 346cc 2¼ hp and 2¾ hp engines mounted vertically
in the frame. The machines were well made and, like the Bradbury,
the crankcase was cast around the main frame tubes under Birch patents.
In 1904, a forecar was added, but production would have been limited.