Regina Motorcycles 1913-1916

Regina motorcycles were produced by S. Barnett of Pelham Street, Derby.

  • 1914 The Regina name returned in July. This machine had a 292cc two-stroke engine, two-speed gearbox, chain-cum-belt drive and Druid forks. S. Barnett of Derby made the engine and a direct-belt drive model was also available.

    1915 The same basic model continued.

    1916 Further models were added - these with 3½ hp or 4¼ hp Precision engines and three-speed hub gears.

Engine - 2¾ h.p. two-stroke, 292 c.c.
Iqnition - U.H. magneto, chain-driven.
Carburetter - Amac.
Change Speed - Counter-shaft two-speed, gears 5 to 1 and 9 to 1.
Transmission - Chain and belt.
Dimensions - Height of saddle from ground. 26in. Ground clearance, 6in. Wheelbase, 52in.
Lubrication - Oil mixed with petrol.
Other Features - Druid forks (girder).
Price - Single-speed, £26 10s. two-speed, £33.

S. Barnett, Pelham Street, Derby

British Lightweights, 1914

Sources: Graces Guide, The Motor Cycle

N.B. Several firms used the name Regina.

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