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British Motorcycles

Oakleigh

Oakleigh were motorcycles produced fom 1910 to 1914.

  • 1910 The first machines had a 3¾hp single or 5hp V-twin Peugeot engine, direct-belt drive and a spring frame with sprung forks.
  • 1911 The specification changed, to use a 4½hp JAP engine in a rigid frame, or V-twins of the same make of 6hp, 7hp or 8hp.
  • 1914 Only a 3½hp JAP single was available. The make then became one of the many casualties of World War I.


Sources Grace's Guide



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