Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Rudge 331

Image: Magneto for Influx 

In the pre-​​war years, The Rudge was the British bike to have. With a reputation for reliab­ility, brawn and style, the company was the result of a the merger of two bicycle manufac­turers in 1894. “Rudge it, do not trudge it.” was their natty sales blurb — and by the mid thirties Rudge bikes had enjoyed success in Isle of Man TT as well as dirt track racing.


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