British Motorcycles


Elgin were motorcycles produced from 1908 to 1909.

The machine was first exhibited at the Stanley show late in 1908 and was a 1¾hp lightweight. The 143cc two-stroke engine had drip-feed oil lubrication and drove the rear wheel by belt. It was available in both ladies' and gents' models.

Sources Grace's Guide

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