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British Motorcycles

Ever Upright

Ever Upright was a motorcycle produced in 1910 and 1911.

It was first listed late in 1910 and had a 2hp Minerva engine and FN carburettor. It had rigid forks and drove the rear wheel by belt. The make did not survive beyond 1911.


Sources Grace's Guide



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