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'''Royal Ajax''' were motorcycles produced by the Silver Queen Cycle Co of Gray's Inn Road, London, between 1904 and 1906.
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'''Royal Ajax''' were motorcycles produced by the Silver Queen Cycle Co of 18 Gray's Inn Road, London, between 1904 and 1906.
  
The machine was a typical primitive fitted with a 2.5hp engine, upright in a cradle within the frame.  It had belt drive and rigid forks and was probably an [[Alldays and Onions]] model with a different tank transfer.
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The machine was a typical primitive fitted with a 2.5 h.p. engine, upright in a cradle within the frame.  It had belt drive and rigid forks and was probably an [[Alldays and Onions]] model with a different tank transfer. It was only listed until 1906 and nothing more was heard of it.
  
It was only listed until 1906 and nothing more was heard of it.
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1900 Silver Queen and Royal Ajax Cycles. The Silver Queen Cycle Co, Ltd., 221, Tottenham Court-rd., London.<ref>Stamford Mercury - Friday 16 February 1900</ref>
  
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1902 'The Silver Queen Cycle Company, Gray's Inn-road, London, issue an excellent catalogue of their cycles, containing particulars of their easy payment system, machines can purchased on instalments'<ref>Essex Newsman - Saturday 09 August 1902</ref>
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 10:56, 16 August 2019

August 1898.
July 1900.
March 1904.

Royal Ajax were motorcycles produced by the Silver Queen Cycle Co of 18 Gray's Inn Road, London, between 1904 and 1906.

The machine was a typical primitive fitted with a 2.5 h.p. engine, upright in a cradle within the frame. It had belt drive and rigid forks and was probably an Alldays and Onions model with a different tank transfer. It was only listed until 1906 and nothing more was heard of it.

1900 Silver Queen and Royal Ajax Cycles. The Silver Queen Cycle Co, Ltd., 221, Tottenham Court-rd., London.[1]

1902 'The Silver Queen Cycle Company, Gray's Inn-road, London, issue an excellent catalogue of their cycles, containing particulars of their easy payment system, machines can purchased on instalments'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Stamford Mercury - Friday 16 February 1900
  2. Essex Newsman - Saturday 09 August 1902

The British Motorcycle Directory - Over 1,100 Marques from 1888 - by Roy Bacon and Ken Hallworth. Pub: The Crowood Press 2004 ISBN 1 86126 674 X