See also Gamages.
A. W. Gamage of Holborn, London, sold motorcycles, produced from 1903 to 1923, from their famous store.
The firm then moved on to selling German machines and a 2.5 h.p. Arno model with their own transfer.
1913 Only one model was listed. This had a 2.75 h.p. engine with single-speed or three-speed hub, belt drive and Druid forks.
1914-1915 For those two years the single model was sold from stock.
1919 Post World War I only two-strokes were listed, fitted with a 269cc engine, Burman two-speed gearbox, chain-cum belt transmission and push-start.
1921 The push-start model was joined by a kick-start version and a single-speed belt-drive model.
1922 Those three models were enlarged to 348cc and joined by a four-stroke of the same capacity.
1923 The kick-start machine now had three speeds and all-chain drive. It was to be the firm's last year of motorcycles as they turned their attention to their many other products.