British Motorcycles


Dux was a motorcycle produced from 1904 to 1905, in Coventry.

The company built machines using a Rex frame and a variety of engines including MMC, Minerva and Sarolea to produce basic primitives. Although advertising for their 3¼hp model, priced at 35 guineas, was detailed and widespread, they did not last long in the market place.

Sources: Grace's Guide

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