ENGINE SIZE: 150CC
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DoT was started back in 1903 by Harry Reed. Like most British motorcycle producers he started with the production of the bicycle. His first motorcycle was made in 1906. That year Reed won the world championship for the flying kilometre at Blackpool and was also a winner at the 1908 Isle of Mann TT.
Reed left the company in 1925 and although DoT continued to be well known on the racing circuit the arrival of the depression saw DoT cease production in 1932.
A motorcycle brand that may have not been as popular compared to Norton and Triumph but DoT motorcycles have a unique place in British motorcycle history.
And a rare recently restored 1928 DoT 150cc Villers powered motorcycle with an albion 3 speed box — the letters stand for Devoid of Trouble