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British Motorcycles

James Perkins

Crownfield was a motorcycle produced from 1903 to 1904 by James Perkins of Leyton, London.

  • The machines were only made for two years and were designed for the female market, so therefore had open frames. The engine was a 2.25hp Kerry or Givaudan, inclined within the frame loop with a guarded top belt run to keep it clear of the rider"s attire.

Sources Grace's Guide



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