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Regina Motorcyles by S. Barnett
Regina were motorcycles produced in Derby.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of motorcycles see the 1917 Red Book. Lists S. Barnett as maker.
1914 The Regina name returned in July. This machine had a 292cc two-stroke engine, two-speed gearbox, chain-cum-belt drive and Druid forks. S. Barnett of Derby made the engine and a direct-belt drive model was also available.
1915 The same basic model continued.
1916 Further models were added - these with 3½ hp or 4¼ hp Precision engines and three-speed hub gears.
There was also a Regina built by Ilford of Essex in the early 1900s.