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1924 Royal Enfield Sales Catalogue.

For 1924 Royal Enfield started introducing big changes. It was the last year of manufacture for their big 996cc V twin using the Vickers Wolseley engine with 2 speed countershaft drive and hand crank start, it was to be replaced in 1925 with an engine of Royal Enfields own design, still of a 1000cc capacity, but with Royal Enfields own oiling system. However it was still a total loss system and the oil pump had Enfield Cycle Co on the brass pump cover instead of Wolsley. Drive would be through a 3 speed Sturmey Archer gearbox with (finally) a

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1920 Royal Enfield Bicycle and Motorcycle Sales Catalogue.

BSA made bicycles, and then motorcycles, Raleigh made bicycles, and then motorcycles, so did Sunbeam, and also for Royal Enfield.

This 1920 sales catalogue for Royal Enfield includes both bicycles and motorcycles and with only 2 different capacity motorcycles available survival of the company must surely have been aided by the sale of bicycles, in this case 18 pushbikes were on offer. Interesting names like Riche Duplex Girder Lady’s Model 151, the Riche Duplex Girder Roadster Model 161, the Standard Road Racer Model 94 (looks to be a bit of a ball cruncher), the Constabulary Model 120, and

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