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of Beverley Works, Barnes
1912-14 Eagle were motorcycles / cyclecars produced in 1912, in London.
Early in the year the company announced an ambitious plan to produce a wide range of models. These included a 2hp lightweight with overhead inlet-valve, Druid forks and belt drive. This was to be followed by 3.5hp, 4hp and 8hp twins plus 2hp single- and 4hp twin-engined ladies’ models. In the spring they added a 10hp V-twin with a double exhaust.
Unfortunately these grand plans over-extended the company and it soon collapsed.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book.