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Ideal was a motorcycle produced in 1902 by W. Bravery of Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
The machine had a 2hp engine mounted vertically in a loop frame, a Simms-Bosch magneto behind the cylinder and a choice of surface or spray carburettor. The engine was fitted forward and low down in the curved frame. Transmission was by belt to a rim held to the wheel rim by eight arms.