THE Endurance Cycle Co. is one of the oldest-esjablished firms in the cycle and motor cycle trade, but since the bulk ot its products goes overseas, it is not so well known in the home country as it deserves to be. For 1920, however, a certain proportion of the output will be sold in this country, among which will be included the Endurance motor cycle. Following conventional lines, the Endurance light-weight is fitted with a two-stroke power unit of a new make - the Arden - which is described below.
The Endurance is well made and finished, and is fitted with an Albion gear box, Saxon, Druid, or Brampton forks, Dunlop tyres and belt in fact, all the equipment is of the highest quality, no attempt being made to produce the machine to a price. Aluminium footboards and a neat chain guard also are fitted, and altogether the little mount is one which should be a welcome addition to the lightweight market. The makers' address is Endurance Works, Sheepcote Street, Birmingham.
The Motor Cycle October 23rd, 1919. P452
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