Cotton


The brand was founded by Frank Willoughby Cotton in 1919, and used J.A.P., British-Anzani, Blackburne and Villiers engines until the end of the 1960s. In the US, '60s Villiers-powered machines are the most prevalent, with a few Minarelli-engined bikes from the early '70s to be found.

Above, Will Hilgenberg, Donner Ski Ranch, 2009.

For general parts, please see the product index on the left.

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Villiers Sticker
Villiers Sticker - $10.00
Die-cut, self-adhesive Villiers sticker in gold (image color is incorrect, but can be special-ordered) 3-3/4" long. Sold individually.
Villiers Sticker - $10.00
Die-cut, self-adhesive Villiers sticker in gold (image color is incorrect, but can be special-ordered) 3-3/4" long. Sold individually.
Motorcycle Model 9E-37A, Anglian, Scottish
Motorcycle Manufacturer Cotton, Greeves, Villiers
   
Villiers Sticker
Price $10.00
Description Die-cut, self-adhesive Villiers sticker in gold (image color is incorrect, but can be special-ordered) 3-3/4" long. Sold individually.
Motorcycle Model 9E-37A, Anglian, Scottish
Motorcycle Manufacturer Cotton, Greeves, Villiers
 
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