Rover (motorcycles)

Rover (motorcycles)

The Rover Company was a British bicycle and motorcycle manufacturer before it began the manufacture of motor cars. Rover was established in 1878 by John Kemp Starley in Coventry to produce bicycles. The company developed and produced the Rover Imperial motorcycle in November 1902. Between 1903 and 1924, Rover produced more than 10,000 motorcycles.

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Rover (motorcycles) - Production After The First World War
... Roversupplied 499cc single cylinder motorcyclesto the Russian Army during the First World War ... When the war ended, the company began to focus on car production, yet Roverstill produced motorcycleswith 248cc and 348cc Roveroverhead valve engines and J.A.P ... In 1924, Roverled the way with the unit construction of the engine and gearbox on a new lightweight 250cc motorcycle ...

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