Today in Motorcycle History

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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