One of the few remaining cyclemotors, the Teagle is designed for
mounting over the rear wheel which it drives by means of a
hardened-steel roller carried on an extension of the crankshaft.
Engagement and disengagement of the drive is effected by operating a
handlebar lever roller pressure is readily adjustable.
The 49 c.c. two-stroke- engine is fan cooled and the light-alloy,
cylinder, cylinder head, crankcase and outrigger bearing housing are
cast in one piece. The unit is rubber mounted and surmounted by a
six-pint petrol tank; the fuel line contains a sediment bowl and two
gauze filters Standard equipment includes number plates and lighting
coil. A tool kit, licence holder and Miller rear light cost £ 1 extra.
£19 12s 11d
W. T. Teagle (Machinery), Ltd., Blackwater, Truro, Cornwall.