Today in Motorcycle History

Bond and Cooper

of Crown Works, Booth Street, Handsworth Specialised in making wire-drawing machines

1907 Elf-King were motorcycles produced by them from 1907 to 1909.

This short-lived make listed a primitive model early in 1908. The engine was a 3½ hp single. There was also a model fitted with a Minerva V-twin. Similar to the car of that period, it had a crank handle to start the engine.

Source: Graces Guide

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