Eagle Classic Bikes
Over the years no fewer than seven
manufacturers have used the prefix 'Coventry',
but Coventry Eagle proved far and away the most
successful of all. They achieved this by making
their own superb frames and using excellent
engines in them.
||1922 Coventry Eagle
||293cc, four stroke. 2/34 hp.
|1931 Coventry Eagle
|1932 Coventry Eagle Silent Superb
||175cc Villiers engine, 1 bhp.
|1933 Coventry Eagle 250cc
Fitted with a 250cc twin port
villiers engine, back in 1933
the bike cost £36.00 new.
She still has her brass headlight
& tail lights and brass horn.
It was bought 2nd Aug 1933 by
Willey Bros of Bradford a Mr Jack
Holbrook of Willey Bros frist
registered on 3rd Aug 1933.
|1935 Coventry Eagle
||This example of the pressed steel
framed Coventry Eagle, is hand finished
with black paintwork. It is powered
by Villiers twin port engine with
drive being taken via Albion gearbox
and equipped with a full lighting
kit and dynamo.
|1936 Coventry Eagle
A mid 1930's Coventry Eagle
with a pressed steel frame, finished
with a "hammerite" type
paint applied to the frame, fuel
tank, forks etc. This model was
equipped with a twin port Villiers
engine, Albion hand change gearbox.
A full lighting kit and pillion
seat are fitted to this apparently
complete example of Coventry Eagle's
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