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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Ron & Det on Thu Sep 19 2013, 18:23

More ....?
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 19 2013, 18:03

Yes It was A Rudge Multi with the Multi meaning its multi speed transmisson.

Well done Ron.

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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by SED1 on Wed Sep 18 2013, 22:11

I reckon you've nailed it Ron & Det.
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by SED1 on Wed Sep 18 2013, 22:05

Triumph Free Engine?
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Ron & Det on Wed Sep 18 2013, 22:03

Rudge multi cycle ?
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Guest on Wed Sep 18 2013, 19:04

Time for a clue or 2.

Produced by one of Britain's foremost makers, the --------- ----------was not just a single motorcycle but a new concept, which was an important stage in the development of motorcycle transmission systems, superseding the equally influential Zenith Gradua. Launched in 1912, after the 1911 TT it had showen the value of its multiplicity of drive ratios, it remained in production for 10 years

This one is a 1915 model and I need two words, the second relating to its transmission ability.


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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Ron & Det on Wed Sep 18 2013, 15:15

Triumph veteran ?
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Henry Rokx on Wed Sep 18 2013, 08:58

Maybe a Norton, early 1920's (1921-22)
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by SED1 on Tue Sep 17 2013, 22:38

I reckon it might be a New Hudson from around 1914.
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Re: Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Pinkteflon on Tue Sep 17 2013, 20:30

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Can you identify this bike #4

Post by Guest on Tue Sep 17 2013, 16:06

Hi All

#4   Two words would be good for this one.



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