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Royal Roebuck

Royal Roebuck were motorcycles produced between 1902 and 1903.

The machine was exhibited by J. F. James at the late-1902 National show. It had a 2 1/4hp engine fitted vertically into a loop frame, an FN carburettor, Clincher tyres and a front Crabbe brake.

A second model used a 1 3/4hp Kelecom engine that was fitted behind the seat pillar, resulting in a longer wheelbase. Sources: Graces Guide

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