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Dart was a motorcycle produced in 1901 by F. E. Barker of Kingston-on-Thames, a bicycle and motor engineer and dealer
Very few of these machines would have been made and it would have been typical of the era in style. This basic motorcycle was fitted with a 1.5hp Minerva or 2.5 hp MMC engine mounted inclined above the downtube. It had standard bicycle forks and the rear wheel was belt driven.