New Imperial Cycles, Ltd., Princip Street, Birmingham.
Another New Imperial of the same class is the super-sports, with a bore of 74 mm. and stroke 80 mm., which has the J.A.P. two-port engine. Druid forks and shock absorbers.
"This firm has taken the bold step of forsaking a proved proprietary engine for one of its own design. Both 350 c.c. and 250 c.c. engines are on the lines of the standard 250 c.c. unit. The 250 c.c. machine has the standard loop frame as used last year. Both have large tanks, standard gear-boxes and special servo brakes.
O. S. Davison is now one of the New Imperial team."
The Graves Speed King-JAP was produced between 1913 and 1914 by New Imperial and sold by J. G. Graves of Sheffield as their own marque.
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