British Motorcycles

R. Walker and Sons

Monarch were motorcycles produced in 1912 and from 1919 to 1921.
  • 1912 The make was virtually unknown and remained unlisted up to the war years. The machine was typical of the era, with a single engine, probably from Precision.
  • 1913-1917 The firm also made automobiles. Red Book mentions R. Walker and Sons. Th
  • 1919-1921 After the war, the motorcycles were reputed to have been built as cheaper versions of Excelsior models, and fitted with 269cc Villiers and 293cc JAP engines.
Sources: Graces Guide

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