The Hockley Two-Stroke

Hockley Hockley was a motorcycle produced from 1914 to 1916 by a firm in Barr Street, Birmingham.┬áIn the December of 1914, the company announced their new motorcycle, intended for colonial use. It was powered by a 269cc Liberty or Villiers two-stroke engine that either drove the rear wheel directly by belt, or by chain to a two-speed gearbox and then More...

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By admin On Saturday, August 25th, 2012

Kettles and Motorcycles

First printed in The Hockley Flyer December 22 2009 Many of you will be fascinated to share this email we received from Eric Londesbrough. We certainly had no idea that motorcycles were being manufactured on Icknield More...