Well for 1925 they only had 2 machines listed for export, a 147cc 2 speed belt drive model, and a 172cc 3 speed all chain drive machine. Sparce looking motorcycles manufactured true to their motto of Built Like a Bridge the triangular bolt together frame may have appeared odd but it proved very strong (as long as the bolts were kept tight) and was to serve Francis-Barnett well for many years.
Given the very basic nature of the motorcycle they were most likely abused (like most small capacity machines), overused and then left forgotten under a hedge. It would be interesting to know how many have actually survived.
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