Dennell were motorcycles produced from 1906 to 1908, by Herbert
1906 A machine was built for a J. W. Fawcett. It had an 8hp three-cylinder
in-line sv JAP
engine with the cylinders mounted on a round crankcase. Skew gears turned
the drive 90 degrees to a pair of pulley wheels from which two belts ran to the
rear wheel, one on either side. It was fitted with rigid forks.
1908 A more conventional machine was built for a Mr W. Bates, with a 4½ hp
V-twin Minerva engine in a Dennell
frame with belt drive, Roc two-speed gear and braced forks. The frame was
low-built and had straight tubes. This is mentioned in The Motor Cycle of December 23rd.
Also around 1908 they built an inline four with shaft drive. Nothing further is recorded after that