Today in Motorcycle History

Cripps Cycle and Motor Co

Based at Forest Gate, London

    Hazel were motorcycles made by them from 1910 to 1912.

    Started by using a V-twin Peugeot engine

    1910 A machine was produced with a 2½ hp JAP engine that weighed less than 100lb/45.5kg. With belt drive and braced forks, it was a basic motorcycle.

    1911 Further models were added with 3hp and 4½ hp JAP engines and the option of sprung forks. There were also versions fitted with V-twin JAP engines of 5hp, 6hp or 7hp.

    1912 For that year the company used both JAP and Precision engines of 2½ hp and 3½ hp.

Source: Graces Guide

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