The 1922 Olympia Show.
WOLF. (Stand 125.)
Choice of Many Alternatives.
1¼ H.P. Model.
55x62 mm. (147 c.c) single-cyl. two-stroke; petroil lubrication; Amac carb.; flywheel mag.; 2-sp. gear; no clutch or kick-starter; chain and belt drive 24x2¼in. tyres. Price £31 10s.
The Wulfruna Eng. Co., Ltd., Wolverhampton.
The 1923 range of Wolf motor bicycles is probably the most complete in the industry, both as regards size, type, and make of engine and options in transmission. Three or four alternative drives are permitted with the different engines according to customer's preference.
The baby of the family is Model F, equipped with the 147 c.c. Villiers engine and a range of no less than five transmission options. Customers desiring more power may order the 247 c.c. or 343 c.c. Villiers two-stroke engines, whilst those who prefer a four-stroke engine may specify the 293 c.c. or 345 c.c. J.A.P. or the 249 c.c. Blackburne. The 550 c.c. Blackburne engine, tourist model, is a particularly handsome example. The sports model with o.h.v. Blackburne engine, finished in black and gold, should be especially popular. The 249 c.c. Blackburne-engined model with two-speed and chain drive is to be sold at £57 10s.
4¼ H.P. Model.
85x96 mm. (545 c.c); single cyl. four-stroke; side valves; drip feed lubrication; Amac or B. and B. carb.; chain-driven mag,; 3-sp. gear; clutch and kick-starter; chain and belt drive; 26x2½.in. tyres. Price : Solo, £75.
A substantially built machine suitable alike for touring or heavy sidecar work. It has a Blackburne engine, and the gear box is either Burman or Sturmey. An alternative model with all-chain drive is available at an additional cost.