Alfred Angus Scott was the one who established the Scott Motorcycle Company. Its motorcycle factory was located in Shipley, Yorkshire.
The works of the motorcycle factory was moved to another location that was situated in Birmingham. With the new location, the Scott Motorcycle Company continued to create an excellent two-stroke machine until 1972.
The Scott Motorcycle Company's most celebrated model was the Flying Squirrel and within a short span of time became somewhat of a legend.
The owner himself, Alfred Angus Scott, left the company. He then turned his head to focus on the progress of the Scott Sociable Tri-car during 1919. This car was created out of a machine-gun as its foundation. This tri-car was said to be an intersection between a sidecar and a three-wheeler. These machines were powered by a 578 cc engine which was water-cooled. The Scott two-stroke twin motorcycles were not a great success and so the production had ended by 1925.
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Updated On: 03/06/2008