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New Imperial Cycles

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November 1913.
February 1922.
June 1924.
May 1925.
October 1935.
November 1935.
November 1935. Trivelox.
April 1936
April 1936
April 1936.
June 1936.

of Princip St, Birmingham (1912)

of Spring Road, Hall Green, Birmingham (1935)

c.1912 A new company seems to have been established by N. T. Downs as New Imperial Cycles Ltd in Princip St., Birmingham (see advert) making cars and motor cycles, presumably as a subsidiary of New Imperial Motors

1925 New Imperial Cycles was still advertising its products

c.1933 New Imperial Motors (1927) Ltd established a subsidiary company to manufacture pedal cycles; by the end of the 33/34 reporting period it was making a small profit[1]

1939 New Imperial Motors was wound up.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Oct 02, 1934