Grigg Motorcycles for 1923

The 1922 Olympia Show.

GRIGG. (35.)

Duplex Frame Construction.

3½ H.P. Model.

79x70 mm. (343 c.c); single-cyl.; two-stroke; drip feed lubrication; Amac carb.; flywheel mag.; 3-sp. gear; clutch and kick-starter; chain and belt drive; 26x2¼ in. tyres. Price with Sidecar, £72 10s.

The Grigg Motor and Eng. Co., Ltd., St. Margaret's, Twickenham, London.

Probably the most interesting of the many varied Grigg lightweights is the 343 c.c. Villiers-engined sidecar outfit. It is one of the most compact, and incidentally most moderately priced, passenger machines in Olympia. The chief feature of this, and of all the other little Griggs, is a neat triangulated frame, duplex in some places. Otherwise they employ well-known proprietary components, except for the smallest model, which has the 64x62 mm. (199 c.c.) Grigg two-stroke engine. Two speeds are fitted to this, and to the 247 c.c. and 347 c.c. Villiers-engined solo models, which cost respectively £42 10s., £49, and £55. A 349 c.c. Blackburne engine is fitted to a new model, with chain drive and a three-speed gear box, at £73.

A late arrival on this stand was a miniature four-stroke, using the o.h.v. engine popular on many makes in this class. With two-speed and belt drive it costs £37 16s.

Olympia Show 1922
The Motor Cycle, November 30th, 1922. Page 847