Today in Motorcycle History


Endrick Motor Cycles c.1912

"...starts at a walk, and will run at a crawl"

Endrick motorcycles were produced from 1911 to 1915, in Olton, near Birmingham.

1913 The company offered touring and TT models using 3½ hp Fafnir or Peugeot engines. These basic machines had belt drive but were fitted with Druid forks. Alternative options were listed with Precision and JAP engines.

1914 A further model was added, this had a 2¾ hp Peco two-stroke engine. The four-stroke alternative was a 3½ hp Precision.

1915 Both models continued into this year, but war-time brought production to a close.

Endrick two-speed gearboxes were fitted to the Australian Lewis motorcycle.

Sources: Graces Guide;

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