Raleigh 2¾ HP – 348cc – 1922 Road Test – PDF DOWNLOAD

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In looking back over the years one now sees that in 1911, say, it would have been a very safe prediction to have anticipated a great future for the sound, sturdy, and well made 3½ HP single cylinder, which was then really coming into its own.

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In looking back over the years one now sees that in 1911, say, it would have been a very safe prediction to have anticipated a great future for the sound, sturdy, and well made 3½ HP single cylinder, which was then really coming into its own.

That we are on the eve of another similar epoch is felt by most of those who are in the close sympathy with the motorcycle movement. To-day, however, the decade on which we are opening will assuredly be the decade of the 2¾ horsepower single

Typical 3½ horsepower machines have outgrown themselves and developed into heavy mounts far more suitable for sidecar work and for even merely occasional solo riding.