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A. E. J. Steele

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A. E. J. Steele

1890s Appears in results of various cycle races. Of Of Putney A.C.

Early 1910s Reportedly breaking records with motor cycles

1900 The 'Motor Car Journal' cup for touring cycles, handicapped for a five-miles course, was won in 1900 by A. E. J. Steele on a Simpson and Strickland tricycle

1902 Said to be of Putney when he took part in a motor cycle race.[1]

1906 A. E. J. Steele, motor expert of Kellow's Motor Garage. Melbourne, has been appointed garage and traffic manager of the Launceston Motor Omnibus Co.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Dover Express - Friday 23 May 1902
  2. Trove