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Templeton Brothers of 529 and 525 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow
The Tee-Bee was a motorcycle produced between 1909 and 1911
The make was very short lived.
1905 'Templeton Brothers, makers of the well-known "Scott" and "Allander" cycles, have removed their show-rooms, in the famous Schipka Pass to the more accessible regions of the unpretending Gallowgate. The No. is 66, not far from Glasgow Cross, and the change is sure to be a profitable one, for the new premises permit of a much more elaborate display of the machines in question, are well as accessories, and are in a much busier thoroughfare. The firm have presently in hand a "Scott" machine similar to last year's mount, but with three different gears, for Mr D. Flynn, the Scottish champion at various distances.'
1906 Templeton Brothers, cycle and motor makers, 535 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
1908 February. 'Templeton Brothers, the well known motor and cycle makers, have decide to hold a special show of motor cycles and accessories at their depot at 535 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. from 15th to 22nd February, inclusive. Most of the principal makers of motor cycles, side-cars, &c., will be shown, together with a large assortment of accessories.'
1911 Listed of 529 Sauchiehall Street. Cycle Makers.