LMC Motorcycles for the 1920-1921 Season

Olympia Show 1920

L.M.C. (Stand 10.)

  • 6-7 h.p.; 79x86 mm. (842 c.c.); twin-cylinder four-stroke; side-by-side valves; drip feed lubrication; B. and B. carburetter; M-L chain-driven magneto; Sturmey-Archer gear; 650 x 65 mm. tyres. 10s.

Lloyd Motor Engineering Co., Ltd., Monument Road, Birmingham.

No great change has taken place in the general lines, but special attention has been paid to the design of a machine for overseas use larger wheels and tyres are fitted , all-enclosed chain drive is adopted, and, of course, this model is eminently suitable for home use also.

On the standard model a chain guard is fitted to the top portion of the chain only. A special feature is the saddle and footboard suspension system, which gives a very flexible and easy riding motion. As regards engine design in the case of the 8-9 h.p. model, the stroke is lengthened, the bore being the same. Silencing has been well carried out, and a large cast aluminium box silencer is fitted, with an extension pipe. Cast aluminium foot-boards and mudguards of ample size are good features, and the black finish with gold lines is pleasing, and, at the same time, very serviceable. Accessibility of the various components has been carefully studied, and, altogether, both models are sound reliable jobs. The 6-7 h.p. model may also be had with chain and belt transmission.

Olympia Show, 1920
The Motor Cycle, December 2nd, 1920. Page 702