British Motorcycles


Scrivener was a motorcycle produced circa 1906.

The design was by an amateur named J. Scrivener and styled along the lines of the early Werner.

The engine used was a 2¼hp De Dion that was mounted above the front wheel, which it drove by a flat belt. It was fitted to the frame of a bicycle with a strengthened front fork. It served its owner well for several years.

Sources Grace's Guide

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