Alron 1973 Ossa 250
Image made at the Birdwood Mill National Motor Museum, Australia
The museum plaque reads:
"The first Alron motorcycles were built in Western Australia by RON Lyon and Al Hayes and derived from Sprite scramblers from Britain.
This and later models were fitted with the reliable Ossa engine and gearbox from Spain. At $900 the Alron 250s were not cheap for their time but the hand built frame, superior electrics and a quality finish gave good value for money.
Competition from the Japanese market eventually saw the decline of Alron Industries.
This motorcycle is currently under restoration by museum volunteers."
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