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Ebo were motorcycles produced by Edward Boulter of Leicester from 1911 to 1914 or possibly 1915.

This short-lived make listed two models late in 1911. One had a 3½ hp Precision engine and belt drive, the other a 4¼ hp Precision engine and P and M two-speed gear.

Traqatsch states that they also used JAP singles and twins.

Sources: Graces Guide, Wikipedia NL, Traqatsch p124.

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