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Blackborough was a motorcycle produced in 1919.
This machine was built in a garage by F. Douch of Reigate, Surrey. One of the many short-lived makes that appeared after World War I, it was a simple machine fitted with many cycle parts. It had a 269cc two-stroke Metro-Tyler engine. It also had chain driven two-speed gearbox from the same supplier.