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of Cleveland Road and Vane Street, Wolverhampton
c.1891 The Beaumont Cycle Company was established.
In addition to cycles made for men and ladies, the firm produced machines for young riders. The Beaumont "Roadster" had a frame made of weldless steel tubes, with "D"-section back stays, high tension, tangent and part-plated spokes, cork or felt handles, rat trap or rubber pedals, Brampton's No. 56 saddle, and hardened steel link chain, detachable brake and mudguards, wheels finished in brilliant black enamel.