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The 1914 BSA, top speed 33 miles an hour, will be out again in a weekOs time Featured 01503 Image

The 1914 BSA, top speed 33 miles an hour, will be out again in a weekOs time

The 1914 BSA, top speed 33 miles an hour, will be out again in a weekOs time, together with scores of other motorcycles, for the annual pioneer run from London to Brighton.
Astride the saddle of the 498 cc machine will be its owner, Swansea motorcycle enthusiast Mr. Tom Scott.
Both will be taking part in their second run.
Mr. Scott, aged 48. of Landor Avenue. Killay, Who rode his first motorcycle at the age of
12. said the run. on 20th March is not a race as such, but it is an honour to have a machine which qualifies to take part.
12th March 1966

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tOs child's play. So say the makers of the Sprog Roadster, a three - wheeled Featured 01503 Image

tOs child's play. So say the makers of the Sprog Roadster, a three - wheeled

tOs child's play. So say the makers of the Sprog
Roadster, a three - wheeled, battery - powered scooter developed by a Burry Port firm.
Demonstrating their claim is three-year-old Lisa Powell, of Ferryside.
Suitable for local travelling on public roads as well as being ideal for industrial sites and hospitals, the scooter is driven by a standard car battery.
For road use, it is fitted with pneumatic tyres and has two independent brakes. Solid rubber cushion tyres are available for industrial usage.
14th June 1967

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Tourists may soon be seeing Pembrokeshire by pedalling a three-seater cyclemobile around Featured 01503 Image

Tourists may soon be seeing Pembrokeshire by pedalling a three-seater cyclemobile around

Tourists may soon be seeing Pembrokeshire by pedalling a three-seater cyclemobile around the county's rural by-ways.
The Wales Tourist Board have had an Inquiry about, hiring the unusual machine for German visitors who were to have been taken on coach tours, but the coaches were rather wide for some of the roads.
The colourful vehicle has four wheels and a sun canopy to provide
shade-for the riders on hot, sunny days.
The Italian-made cyclemobile, equipped with hom and bell and dynamo-powered lights, can be pedalled by either one or two of its occupants, while the third operates the centrally-mounted tiller steering.
West Wales cycle hire proprietor Mr. Jim Codd. of Broadmoor Garage, Cross Inn, near Kilgetty. originally
bought it us a tourist gimmic. It has proved a lasting novelty for locals and holidaymakers alike.
The local vicar, the Rev David Faulkner, has already tried It out, and so have several Pembrokeshire police
officers.
It was also recently hired, at 50p per hour, by two young village team footballers, anxious to get to a training session at Carew, about five miles away.
7th May 1974

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