Sirrah were motorcycles produced from 1921 to 1925.
1921 The Sirrah was brought out as the cheaper, lightweight version
of the Verus, fitted with a 292cc two-stroke Union
engine, and two-speed Burman gearbox
in solo or sidecar forms.
The range expanded quickly and included models with a wide range of capacities:
from Blackburne; JAP;
and Stroud; and Wiseman. All had Burman gearboxes and the frames and forks were conventional.
1923 Late in the year they adopted a new universal frame for all models
with the tubing formed to avoid all but one joint, which was welded rather
than brazed and lugged.
1925 Production came to a close.
Note: When production ended, the name of Sirrah had already
found its way onto a number of special purpose machines, including an inspection
trolley that could run on South American railway lines. A similar device
that could run on road or rail was also produced for the Indian railways.