British

Pick Motor Co

The Pick motorcycle was produced in 1905, possibly in Stamford, Lincolnshire and may have been built by the cyclecar firm of the same name. It had a 6½ hp V-twin engine and was typical of the Edwardian era, with sprung braced forks and direct-belt drive. It may have been a one-off special, a prototype, or possibly made for a member of staff.

The firm also traded as New Pick Motor Co.

A 1912 Pick motorcycle is part of the National Motorcycle Museum collection, UK. Source: Graces Guide



March 2022

Graham Clayton writes in Comments, "Jack Pick built cars until 1925 when he quit and opened up a greengrocery business."

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