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Guy and Wheeler of South John Street, Liverpool
The firm used a variety of engines including Minerva, Peugeot and Fafnir and, in 1903, offered machines fitted with a Johnson two-speed hub gear. The basic bicycle frame was extended to provide a 62-inch wheel-base. The engine was set well back and the saddle, which could be moved, fitted over the rear wheel.