Cap-'em was a motorcycle produced between 1904 and 1905 by Charlie Drake of Bracken Road East, Brighouse, West Yorkshire.
The name came from saying that he would "Cap 'em", or build a better machine than anyone else. This
Edwardian motorcycle had a Kerry engine and one of the first P and M two-speed gears.
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