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Danish Army Specific: The third vehicle to be officially licensed in the Danish Army (HtK 3) was a 1912 Ellehammer MC. Another bike was given (!) to the Army in 1914. Used for messenger services and disposed in 1919.
Historical: The Danish Elleham MC was produced by J.C. Ellehammer. From 1904 until 1914 a total of 1045 machines were made.
A factory was set up in Belgium in 1906 to handle production for Belgium, Netherlands and France. Some bikes exported to Britain in 1907.
Early bikes were powered by a Peugeot Fréres or a Zedell engine, later models used own production engines.
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Horsepower: 2.75.
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