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British Motorcycles

Craven

Craven was a motorcycle produced from 1913 to 1914 in London.

The make was very short-lived and the company produced a combination powered by an 8hp JAP V-twin engine fitted into a long frame with leaf-spring suspension. There were leading-link forks at the front and transmission was by chain and gearbox.


Sources Grace's Guide



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