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Munroe was a motorcycle produced in 1909. It was built for G. Munroe by James Fryer of Borough Motor Works, Leominster.
The machine was long and low, with a 63-inch/160cm wheelbase. It had hub-centred steering and was powered by an old 2.75hp De Dion engine. This concept was not a success.