Today in Motorcycle History

A. and W. N. Jepson

Jepson was a range of motorcycles sold by A. and W. N. Jepson of Penny Street, Lancaster, under their own label, during the 1920s.

These models had two-stroke or four-stroke engines and a variety of transmissions, and would have been produced by one of the many factories that were churning out machines in quantity.

N.B. There is another Jepson; R.L. Jepson of Blackburn acquired the rights to Massey motorcycles circa 1924. Blackburn is some 40 miles from Lancaster.

Sources: Graces Guide, et al.

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