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Vintage Motorcycles and Components made in Britain

1. Sturmey Archer gearboxes fitted to Vintage Nortons
Until the cradle framed CS1/ES2/CJ/JE models were introduced in the late twenties, the vast majority of all Nortons produced from 1915 up to and including 1930 were fitted with the Sturmey Archer CS type gearbox. The exceptions are the single speed belt drivers (before anyone picks me up for not remembering them!), the four speed models with the cross-over drive box introduced in the mid twenties, and the few, mainly racing, machines fitted with the Heavyweight (HW) LS type gearbox.
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2. Sturmey Archer motorcycle engine
Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers A Sturmey Archer motorcycle engine, numbered PSRO 153 RST 32 248CC, side valve, believed to be in sound condition. FOOTNOTES According to information supplied by the vendor these engines were used in Raleigh and other British motorcycles.
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3. Sturmey-Archer Heritage
This site is intended to help preserve the heritage of Sturmey-Archer and to record the various types of Sturmey-Archer cycle hubs produced during the 20th century. Motor cycles were a booming industry in the early part of the 20th century and various types of engines and gearboxes were then produced.
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4. Sturmey-Archer Motorcycles & Motorcycle Engines
Sturmey-Archer Vintage British Motorcycles from Sheldon's EMU
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