Strange but true. Greeves was a British manufacturer of powered vehicles for invalids before they branched out into motorcycles in 1951. This Greeves Hawkstone dates to the early 60's and has their famous cast alloy I-Beam which took the place of the traditional downtube. They said it was an innovation, but they had recetly acquired a foundry. Coincidence?
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