Rolfe were motorcycles produced between 1912 and 1913 at Bridge Street in Smethwick.
- 1912 Late in the year a machine was built using a 6hp V-twin Precision engine, Rolfe three-speed gearbox, chain drive and Saxon forks.
- 1913 The original model was then joined by a single fitted with a 3½ hp JAP engine, still with gearbox and all-chain drive. Their sidecar chassis had the wheel spindle supported on both sides, and it was constructed from straight tubing. The make was very short lived.
Source: Graces Guide
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