Today in Motorcycle History


Tusroke was a motorcycle produced in 1919, in Luton, Bedfordshire.

The company's main interest was in manufacturing and supplying their own two-stroke engine for use in portable generating sets. The 350cc engine fitted into a frame with curved downtube, but otherwise of conventional appearance. Options available were Druid front forks and either direct-belt drive or a two-speed Albion gearbox with chain-cum-belt transmission.

A restored example, probably the only one extant, has been displayed at the Lakeland Motor Museum, Backbarrow. It is believed to have been built for the 14 year old son of the company manager.

Sources: Graces Guide

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