Today in Motorcycle History


The Borham Engineering Company, 122 Hammersmith Road, W6. London.

Motorcycle produced from 1902 to 1905.

This was one of the many small firms with a very short life. They tried hanging a 2hp / 2½ hp Minerva engine from the downtube of a heavy-duty bicycle frame. Because of the downturn in trade in the middle of the decade Borham, together with many other one-time cycle dealers, failed to survive.

Sources: Graces Guide, contemporary advertising.

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