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Aurora of Ramsey, Isle of Man was a motorcycle produced from 1919 to 1920.
1919 It was built by Graham Oates from parts that were bought-in and assembled. The initial machine had a 318cc Dalm two-stroke engine and shortly after it was finished it took Graham Oates and his father to the top of Snaefell.
1920 Two machines were constructed for the TT, using a Juckes four-speed gearbox. One failed to start and the other retired. Two or three other machines were built, one with a 4hp Blackburne engine. The project was not successful and so it was discontinued.