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J. and A. Robinson

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of Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton

1877 J. & A. Robinson were building bicycles. The machines were made to order using the Robin and Wolverhampton Challenge names. The cycles had both ball and roller bearings, came complete with tools, a tool bag and oil can, and were well priced at between £8 and £9. A racing machine based on the Grout Tension wheel was also produced.

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Sources of Information

  • Robinson Cycles [1]