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As far as I can remember Werner introduced springer forks in 1905 and Rex was using telescopic spring forks in 1906.
Joah Phelon claimed to have invented the kick-start before Scott but I don’t think that he sued Scott for it, like he did the 2 speed gear.
So perhaps it was only the triangulated frame then? However, I think Alexander Graham Bell developed the “spaceframe” for nautical engineering purposes prior to 1908. I can’t see that Scott’s frame was anything new in 1909.
Really? I thought that it was Joseph Day that invented the valveless two-stroke engine although I read somewhere that it was one of Day’s employees (a Mr Cock I think) who came up with the idea of using the skirt of the piston to control the inlet port and hence do away with valves altogether.
If this is correct I can’t see that Alfred Scott designed anything new?