British Motorcycles

International Manufacturing Co

Peerless were motorcycles produced between 1913 and 1914 by the International Manufacturing Co.

This was an assembled make that used Veloce 293cc ioe and 499cc sv engines for their machines. The company may have been a branch of Veloce before it changed to Velocette.

The machines were typical of the era and became a casualty of war.

There appears to have been an earlier Peerless built in Oldham in 1902.

Sources: Grace's Guide

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