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Harold Karslake (c1880-1962)
1902 Producer of the Dreadnought Motorcycles
1920 '...Harold Karslake, and he was summoned for driving motor cycle without front and rear lights...'
1936 'Mr. Harold Karslake has been appointed president of the newly-formed Nottingham Tourists Motor Club. Mr. Karslake has been interested in motoring 1898, and as a trial rider has won 268 gold medals and over 30 cups, including the Jarrott 100 guineas cup which he won outright in 1912.'
1954 London-Edinburgh Trial. 'Also competing 74-year-old Harold Karslake, Nottingham, runner-up in 1910 and 1912.'
1962 January 5th. Died, of 1 Broxtowe Rise, Nottingham. Probate to his widow Jessie Smith McMahon Karslake.