Top Mountain Motorcycle Museum
Triumph, BMW, & Kawasaki Sales Spares & Repairs.
Established for over 40 years and run by expert motorcyclists.
Fully authorised workshop.
MPH motorcycles were produced from 1921 to 1922 by Peter Hay of Tyseley, Birmingham.
At the last show £49 10s. was the lowest-priced motor cycle offered to the public. Since that date a few have been introduced a few shillings below this amount, and now we are able to illustrate a £46 machine. This is the M.P.H. manufactured by Peter Hay, 61 , Havelock road, Tyseley, Birmingham, and is engined with 2¾ h.p. Wall two-stroke, equipped with an Amac carburetter and Runbaken magneto. The specification also includes Flexi forks, Lycett pan seat saddle, and 25x23 Dunlop tyres. With a two-speed gear the price is £54, while an additional model will shortly be marketed with a 350 c.c. Broler engine, two-speed gear, with clutch and kick-starter, and a light side-car for £80.
The Motor Cycle March 24th, 1921.
Sources: Graces Guide, The Motor Cycle.
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