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Wilbee Motorcycles

Wilbee motorcycles were produced from 1902 to 1906 in Rickmansworth.

This machine was a typical primitive, but well made. It used BSA frame parts and the 2 hp Minerva engine, although belt final-drive and transmission options were the same as many others.

With the slump in trade that began in 1905, the marque failed to survive.

1902 Advertisement

  • AGENT FOR Clyde (Sims Ignition), Humber, Minerva, Ormonde, Princeps (chain-driven), Quadrant, Werner, etc., etc. OTHER MAKES SUPPLIED.

Source: Graces Guide

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