Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Kerry Motorcycles

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Early Kerry machines were probably built in Belgium by Sarolea using FN and Kelecom engines, and were sold in England by the East London Rubber Company of Shoreditch. Tragatsch says that from 1910 they were built by Abingdon using 499cc sv singles and 670cc sv V-twin engines.
Text via : www.cybermotorcycle.com




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2 comments:

occhiolungo said...

There is a great connection between Kelecom and other marques also. I'll post some good stuff regarding links to early Veloce (velocette) soon on OL.

ciao
Pete

Motart said...

Hi Pete
this is cool as i miss do deeply about info regading those old ladies
thanks and one more time congrats
F