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William Lloyd's Cycles, of Freeman Street, Birmingham
Like many other firms of that time, they adopted the two-stroke 269cc Villiers engine. With an Albion two-speed gearbox and belt final-drive, the specification was simple and lasted until well after the Great War. Although a single-speed version was available in 1921, the make had gone by 1922.
By 1940 W. A. Lloyd Cycles were making Dreadnought cycles