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British Motorcycles

C. H. Shacklock

Shacklock was a motorcycle produced circa 1914, in Manby Street, Wolverhampton.

1896 Manager of the Humber cycle factory at Wolverhampton and designed a car.

1916 C. H. Shacklock was an early motor agent and repairer who built a few motorcycles. These were to his own, conventional design, and included one with the V-twin engine set across the frame. The V-twin initially had friction drive, later changed to chain drive, and enclosed moving parts. Only a single prototype was built.

Sources: Graces Guide



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