|Harry Rudge was the eldest son of Daniel Rudge,
who founded Rudge cycles. After working for Humber in
Wolverhampton, he joined Mr. C. Wedge to
form Rudge Wedge & Company in 1891.
up a cycle works at Pelham Street, Wolverhampton and in 1902
moved to new factory in Mander Street where they built a few
The machines were powered by a 1¾
or a 2½ hp. engine, and sold for £40 and £42 respectively. They
were available with a spray, or surface carburettor.
H. G. Rudge.
C. E. Wedge.