Wolf Motorcycles

Wolf Motorcycles for 1920/1921

Olympia Show 1920

Wulfruna. (Stand 16.)

  • 2¾ h.p. Blackburne; 71x88 mm. (349 c.c); single-cylinder four-stroke; side-by-side valves; drip feed lubrication; Amac carburetter; C.A.V. chain-driven magneto; two-speed constant mesh gear; chain and belt drive; 26x2¼ in. tyres. Price £99 15s.

Wulfruna Engineering Co. (1920), Ltd., Great Brickkiln Street. Wolverhampton.

Finished in black and gold the Wulfruna range of lightweights is attractive both in appearance and in specification. Of sound and orthodox design, the list of fittings includes Brampton forks, Blackburne engine, and Sturmey-Archer gear box. Large rubber-covered aluminium foot-boards are provided, and the low riding position with wide handle-bars proves very comfortable on the road. Three lightweight models are available, but the chief difference lies in the power units employed, model A having a Blackburne engine, model B a two-stroke Villiers engine (price £75), and model C the 2¾ h.p. J.A.P. engine (price £80).

  • 4 h.p.; 85 x 88 mm. (498 c.c.); single-cylinder four-stroke; side-by-side valves; drip-feed lubrication; Amac carburetter; E.I.C. chain-driven magneto; three-speed sliding gear; chain and belt drive; 26 x 2½ in. tyres. Price £110.

A larger model designed as a dual-purpose machine is fitted with a 4 h.p. Blackburne engine, and Sturmey-Archer three-speed gear box, although in other respects it is very similar to the light-weight models.

This also may be obtained if preferred, with the 4 h.p. J.A.P. engine, in which case the price is £100.

Olympia Show. The Motor Cycle, December 2nd, 1920. Page 717

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