Today in Motorcycle History

Marshall Motorcycles

Produced in Elson Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire, circa 1905.

Typically primitive, this machine was fitted with a 2hp Minerva engine hung from the downtube of a bicycle frame. Basic in every respect, it had braced forks and direct-belt drive.

The motorcycle was also marketed as the Lily.

Source: Graces Guide

N.B. Unrelated to automobile builder Marshall & Company of Manchester,

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