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Pell and Parker

Pello was a motorcycle produced in 1914 by Pell and Parker of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.

These cycle-makers bought six Arno engines with the intention of fitting them into their own locally-made frames with Druid forks and direct-belt drive. A farmer bought one machine but fell off on his maiden outing so never rode it again. More than fifty yeas later it appeared once more and was eventually run in.

Source: Graces Guide

Fri Oct 25 2013
Pell and Parker Pello
Can you please help?
I am researching Cambridgeshires mechanical history and trying to find and drawings or photos that I could use. Of course acknowledgements will be published. Do you have info of anymore motorcycles built in Huntingdonshire or Cambridge that you know of.

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