British Motorcycles


Sarco-Reliance were motorcycles promoted by Sanders, Rehders and Co of London, between 1921 and 1922.
  • 1921 This machine was intended for the export market. It started out with a 262cc twin-port two-stroke engine and two-speed Burman gearbox in conventional cycle parts. It had good ground clearance and was strongly constructed.
  • 1922 The engine was changed to a 269cc Villiers with a two-speed Albion gearbox. The company also added a model with the 292cc sv single JAP engine. They did not remain in the market beyond that year.
Sources: Grace's Guide

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