c.1956 Teagle 50cc Cyclemotor & Lady's Raleigh Cycle
Registration no. LSJ 620
Engine no. 7578
Made by a firm of agricultural engineers in Truro, Cornwall, the Teagle was originally intended to power a hedge cutter and would be used to drive motor scythes, lawn mowers and cultivators as well as bicycles. The Teagle was thoughtfully designed and exceptionally well made using the best of modern equipment, selling in the thousands, although its arrival in 1955 missed the cyclemotor's boom years. Teagle ceased production of the 50cc cyclemotor around 1959 but the firm continues in business today. This particular Teagle was taken from its box brand new and fitted to this Raleigh bicycle. There are no documents with this Lot.
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