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New Courier powered tricycles

The New Courier Cycle Company of Alexandra Street, Wolverhampton, produced large numbers of bicycles and tricycles in the 1890s. In 1899 the company produced a powered tricycle with two front wheels, and a single rear wheel. There were two versions of the machine, a motor carrier tricycle, and the Olympia-type passenger machine, which had a seat between the two front wheels. There was a 2hp. De Dion engine mounted within the duplex frame, just in front of the rear wheel.


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