Today in Motorcycle History


Avonvale was a motorcycle produced in 1903.

A Mr Price of the Avon Vale Cycle Company of High Street, Evesham, Worcestershire, designed the machine. It had a 223cc Buchet four-stroke engine clipped above the downtube of a bicycle frame with Chater-Lea fittings. With a carburettor by Longuemare, direct-belt drive and braced forks, the design was basic and primitive. Only two machines are believed to have been built of which but one became roadworthy. This machine was sold to a Mr Andrews of Evesham.

Source: Graces Guide

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