Today in Motorcycle History


London was a motorcycle produced by the Rex Patents Co of the Exchange in Clapham, London, in 1904.

The firm offered a 3½ hp model with a diamond frame, braced forks and belt drive. They used De Dion, Minerva and MMC engines, along with their own 449cc engine which used Imperial fittings rather than metric.

The motorcycle was similar to many others built at that time, and few were sold.

Sources: Graces Guide;

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