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Wassell Motor Cycles

Wassell Motor Cycles

History

Wassell was Founded by Second World Ware pilot Ted Wassell of Birmingham as a wholesaler of motorcycle parts and accessories.

They made a motocross bike powered by a 125cc Puch engine in 1970 and a trials bike with a 175cc BSA Bantam engine.

An off-road bike with a 125cc Sachs engine was produced in 1972.

After making more than 2,000 machines, high manufacturing costs and a falling American dollar made his bikes too expensive for the US market, so he closed production in 1975.

Various Photos

Wassell Sachs 125cc 1974
Wassell Sachs 125cc 1974

Wassell Trials Bike
Wassell Trials Bike

Wassell Trials Bike
Wassell Trials Bike

External Links

European Motor Cycle Universe
Total Bike Bits
Mention of the Mudlark Trials Bike made by Wassell

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