British Motorcycles


Macbeth were motorcycles produced in Birmingham from 1904 to 1913.

  • 1904 The company produced a model that had a typical frame, fitted with a Minerva engine.
  • They then stopped motorcycle manufacture and returned to the retail trade and bicycles.
  • 1911 At the late Olympia show, Macbeth was exhibited. Fitted with either their own or a Precision 3½hp engine, they had a two-speed Roc gear option, belt drive and Druid forks.
  • 1913 The make was listed that year as a 3½hp model with an Armstrong three-speed hub gear, with belt drive.

Sources Grace's Guide

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