Appearance As picture
Engine - 3 h.p. PECO, 75 mm. bore x 79 mm. stroke having a capacity of 350 c.c. Two stroke of the three port type. Hoffman roller main bearings and crank pin.
Carburetter - B. & B., Two-lever.
Ignition - M.L. Mag-Dyno, with fixed ignition and accumulator.
Tank - 1 ¾ gallons petrol, 1 quart oil.
Lubrication - "Patent and perfect system" (No oil mixed with petrol), through a sight drip feed Lubricator.
Transmission - Burman Three-Speed Countershaft, with clutch and kick starter.
Belt - ⅞, Dunlop.
Frame - Weldless steel tubing, all vital parts reinforced, Patent Girder forks.
Brakes - External contracting band, Farodo-lined, operated by heel pedal to rear wheel, Bowden Rim Brake to front wheel.
Wheels - 26in. x 2 ¼ in. Dunlop Beaded Edge Studded Tyres, heavily enamelled steel rims, oil retaining dust and weather proof hubs.
Side Car - Coach built, patented cantilever rear springs and Apron.
Standard Fittings - Patent Pan seat, rear stand, carrier, strong wide mudguards, armoured Pannier Bags with tools, set of three lamps.
Finished in four coats of lustre enamel and all bright parts heavily plated, tank enamelled Red and lined Black.
Available without lighting set, without side car with or without lighting set for reduce price.
Additional Information - (Available to members in downloads section)
- 1922 Sales Brochures, Enfield gear information and spare parts list.
- The Motor Cycle 4th May, 1922 - Road Test of 2 ½ h.p. Single-Speed model.
- Calthorpe Letter, Dated, Dec. 6th 1922.
- 1922 Sales Brochure.