Today in Motorcycle History

H. J. Hulsman

HJH were motorcycles produced from 1954 to 1956 by H. J. Hulsman of Neath, Glamorgan.

  • 1954 A conventional lightweight machine was built, fitted with a 197cc Villiers 8E engine.
  • 1955 That model was joined by others using the 147cc 30C, and 224cc 1H engines. Most models used some form of the name Dragon: Dragonette 150cc, Dragon and Super Dragon (both 197cc), Dragon Major 225cc. There was also a trials model.
  • 1956 The range was extended, but the company then ran into financial difficulty and closed in October of that year.

Sources: Graces Guide

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