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British Motorcycles

Priory Engineering Co

Priory Motorcycles were built from 1920 to 1924 at their factory in Kenilworth, Worcestershire.

The company produced conventional lightweights and often added Ace wheel discs and Arden pressed-steel front forks. They used the 269cc Arden two-stroke engine, Albion two-speed gearbox and chain-cum-belt drive.

They later used 147cc and 269cc Villiers and 292cc Union two-strokes, and the 292cc sv JAP engines on occasion. Sources: Grace's Guide



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