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British Motorcycles

Hal

Hal was a motorcycle sold by a London dealer named Holborn Autochange in 1911.

This short-lived make came and went in space of one year as it was so similar to many others of that era. It had a 3.5hp engine, belt drive and Druid forks. It had been created by adding a new tank transfer to an existing model.


Sources Grace's Guide



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