Today in Motorcycle History

ABC (Birmingham)

ABC of Birmingham built motorcycles from approximately 1920 to 1924.

There were no links between this firm and the ABC of Granville Bradshaw fame, based in Surrey.

This company built simple, lightweight motorcycles powered firstly by a 269cc Villiers engine and then by a 247cc version. It was a basic machine with a belt drive.

Source: Graces Guide

March 2022

Graham Clayton writes in Comments that the James Barwell bell-making company of Liverpool may have been the builder of the ABC.

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