British Motorcycles

Union Engines

Josiah Parkes & Sons Ltd. of Union Works, Willenhall produced a two-stroke engine of 292cc from 1918 until 1926 when manufacturing rights were acquired by Alfred Wiseman.

Union engines were fitted to Baron, Coulson, De Luxe, Edmund, Macklum, Priory, Reynolds Runabout, Romper, Sirrah (built by Wiseman) and Akkens motorcycles, and to Autoglider scooters.

Sources: History Website UK, et al.

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